Deal Close – Tottenham to Complete Star Transfer

PLTottenham need to bring in star players as soon as possible to reinforce the squad in this transfer window.

On the other hand, few players are linked with move away from the club as well.

The North Londoners are looking to sell right back Kyle Naughton and as per reports, Tottenham are close to completing his transfer to Swansea.

The England international was a useful resource as far as last season is concerned as Naughton did feature in 22 league games.

However, Pochettino has not preferred him at all. The 26 year old star has only featured in 5 league games this season.

Naughton has not even been included in the squad in the last seven premier league games and moving away from White Hart Lane is obviously the only solution to his problems.

As per the provided link, Both clubs are expected to agree a deal worth £4 million former Leicester star.

His former, Leicester City also want to secure his services but Swansea remain favorite with the player wanting to move there as well.

After selling Bony Manchester City for a mammoth fee, Swans have enough funds to spend and bring in few decent players to overall improve the squad.

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2 Responses to Deal Close – Tottenham to Complete Star Transfer

  1. derek herschman says:

    FIRE SALE >>> S.O.S >>> SELL A.S.A. P >>Soldado / Pauhinio / Lemela / Noughton / Kuboul / Coponie / Lennon / Townsend / Ade / Assto TAKE REASONABLE OFFERS & RUN! To Bank!
    These Under Achievers are not fit to wear Spurs shirt & MUST BE SOLD! + Mr Wine & Dine Baldini OUT!
    BUY: Morgan or Reid or Van Dijk- / Hector / Depth / Jay if fit? / Javier presently on loan? / Must -Benteke / Winger? IF we obtain these players will have great chance @ Top 4 + Cup glory >>>If we don’t get rid of our DEADWOOD will be lucky with Top 10 Finish! Please Levi give Porch chance to blend his choice team!

    • Al Boy says:

      Lucky with top 10 finish… The premier league simply doesn’t have 6 better teams than Spurs.
      5th or 6th is where we’ll probably finish, no matter who we sign or sell in January.