Spurs have Officially Moved in to Sign Playmaker – Agreement Possible

Pochettino-TottenhamTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has got a decent attacking squad at his disposal still if reports are anything to go by then the North Londoners are serious about signing another playmaker.

Metro cite reports in the Spanish media claiming that Spurs have officially moved in for Valencia playmaker Sofiane Feghouli.

As per the provided Metro link, Tottenham have made an offer to secure the services of the 25-year-old Algerian attacker. Sofiane will be out of contract in the summer and will be eligible to agree a per-contract in the winter transfer window. Hence, Spurs must act swiftly to sign the talented African.

Last season, Feghouli directly contributed in 14 goals (6 goals and 8 assists) in 33 la liga games for Valencia. This season he has scored two goals and provided an assists in 10 appearances.

Sofiane mainly plays as a right winger for Valencia and currently Lamela is the main starter in that position for Spurs.

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One Response to Spurs have Officially Moved in to Sign Playmaker – Agreement Possible

  1. Andrew says:

    So let me get this straight:

    You are reporting that Metro are ‘reporting’ that plazadeportiva.com are ‘reporting’ that Tottenham have officially moved for Sofiane Feghouli. Upon reading the original article, Feghouli’s agent (a truly impartial source) is pimping up his client using Spurs as one of four clubs ‘interested’ in picking up his client.

    With this story in hand you have obviously sent out your industriously trustworthy cadre of journalists to shake up and harass their sources in order to incontrovertibly confirm that this information is, indeed, correct. Having done so, you have then felt perfectly entitled to label this impeccable info as “Spurs have Officially Moved in to Sign Playmaker – Agreement Possible”.

    Bravo.

    This is precisely the kind of independent and egalitarian press that we hoped would emerge from the explosion of the Internet. We’re now finally free of the strangling grasp of the media barons. Those who would sensationalize stories in order to achieve prominence have been swept aside in a tsunami-like wave thanks to sites like yours.

    Keep up the good work.

    Andrew.