Not Nkoudou – Pochettino Clear to Finally Seal Versatile Star Signing for Spurs

Pochettino-TottenhamSpurs acted swiftly in the market early on and secured the signings of two quality players in the form of Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen.

After luring the duo, the North Londoners have been trying to sign an attacking midfielder this summer and they have wasted a lot of time. Pochettino must hire the services of a top attacker before the start of the new season and once again Sofiane Boufal is in the limelight.

If reports are anything to go by then Spurs now have a clear opportunity to finally sign him after Lille president confirmed that the the Moroccan international could leave this summer (ESPN).

Sofiane is a versatile talent who can play anywhere in the attacking third. Last season, in 29 league appearances for Lille, he directly contributed in no fewer than 15 goals (11 goals and 4 assists).

Spurs were linked with a move to sign the 22-year-old star last year as well and there are reports in the media suggest that Pochettino has moved in and inquired about signing him because the deal for Nkoudou has dragged on for too long (France Football).

In your opinion, should Spurs sign Boufal or Nkoudou.


4 Responses to Not Nkoudou – Pochettino Clear to Finally Seal Versatile Star Signing for Spurs

  1. King Spurs says:

    Boufal will be a sensational signing for Spurs..

  2. telboy says:

    would be nice to see mr levy actually get a transfer done without the many problems evry transfer is a nightmare as with george one would wonder what has really happened here every chance we will end up with jugst 2 transfers its all about money i hope im wrong transfers are about spending money not making profits every window like to be a fly on the wall at the committe meating sorry folks im one who dosent trust levy but will always support our club we have a good manager lets get behind him dl

    • Realistic says:

      Bet your credit rating is awful. Football isn’t just a sport, it’s a business. Levy is an excellent President who has brought us to the brink wisely in carefully measured steps. Now we must go on but without upsetting the spirit in the dressing room. We don’t need a major overhaul and bring in fifteen new players, just a couple of tweeks here and there. What you have to realize is that every other EEC/EU country is angry about the Brexit and the paperwork for any transfer to the UK is going to be met with “difficulties” as the bureaucracies muddy the waters. Did we send N’Jie’s visa to the wrong address? Oops, sorry. Etcetera, etcetera.

  3. Number1 says:

    Is the pope a catholic !
    This guy should of been their most prioritise signing!!
    We missed out on hazard but this guy is just as exciting!!