Tottenham Hotspur have made a strong start to the season, and according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, club officials are pleased with one player’s achievements since transferring to north London.
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Spurs could lose one of their defenders in the January transfer window, according to Football Insider, who claims that Eric Dier is being courted by Serie A heavy weights Roma, who are led by ex-Lilywhites man Jose Mourinho.
According to the source, the England international would seriously consider a reunion with the Portuguese football icon, given that he has not played a single minute for Tottenham this season and is out of contention under Ange Postecoglou.
According to Aksam Spor of TEAMtalk, Spurs are interested in signing Galatasaray defender Victor Nelsson; however, they will face heavy competition from La Liga team Sevilla to get the Denmark international. Nelsson’s contract at the Turkish champions is thought to include a release clause of around €25 million, while his current employers are aiming to raise this sum to €30 million, which would translate to roughly £29.95 million.
On the pitch, Spurs are on a roll, having yet to lost a single Premier League match this season, putting them in second place with 17 points from seven games, one behind league leaders Manchester City.
According to The Daily Mail, former Celtic manager Postecoglou has spoken out about VAR after Luis Diaz was on the receiving end of a contentious decision that saw what appeared to be a perfectly good goal denied in Tottenham’s 2-1 victory over Liverpool on Saturday, which would’ve given the visitors the lead in north London.
Tottenham are satisfied with new goalkeeper Gugliemo Vicario’s influence on English football, according to transfer expert Romano, who wrote on social networking site X: “Tottenham are very happy with Gugliemo Vicario and his impact with English football.” Spurs paid a genuine amount of €19 million to sign Vicario from Empoli. “Excellent signing.”
Romano also mentioned Vicario’s real transfer fee of €19 million, which was earlier reported to be over €20 million in a TNT Sports story when the Udine-born star joined Tottenham, demonstrating how it was actually somewhat less.