Deal On – How Spurs will Line up with $13.3million Star

EPLTottenham are keen on signing a defensive midfielder this summer but so far they are losing out on their targets.

The North Londoners were interested in three French holding midfielders. Monaco’s Kondgobia opted to join Inter Milan, Imbula has recently completed move to Primeira Liga giants Porto while Schneiderlin seems to be on his way to Man United.

There is a new name in the lime light now as Tottenham are interested in signing Spanish international and Atletico Madrid’s defensive midfield star Mario Suarez. Express claim that Inter Milan are also linked but having secured Kondogbia, they really do not need another DM.

Suarez featured in 35 games for Diego Simeone’s men last season but was never a regular starter and hence his future is in doubt. He scored 2 goals and provided an assist as well.

As per Spanish source Marca, Suarez has a release clause of $13.3 million in his contract. If he does join, Suarez should start in midfield with Bentaleb for Spurs.

Here is how Spurs will line up with Mario Suarez.

Mario Suarez Spurs XI


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    JOHNNY 3 years

    This team chosen is still very weak in certain positions you know who we need Levy less of the hard ball and stop scaring player potentials away go that extra mile he who dares wins .

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    sell unwanted players and make funds.

    and buy James Mccarthy by giving Everton Lennon and kaboul.

    instead of buying mario suarez, buy William carvalho for 30 million plus adeabyor for 4 million. because he is young and powerful than mario suarez. and arsenal target.
    buy him with levy’s other extra money. if he come our defense and midfield will be super strong. convince him by Eric dier form.

    he will be interesting with bentalab.

    buy toby alderweireld for 14 million.sell capoue for 7million sell chiriches for 8 million, sell stambouli for 4 million and with that money buy Adrien raboit for 18 million.

    sell dembele for 12 million and buy sqaukiri for 12 million.