$26million Playmaker Demands Move After Spurs’ Offer

Tottenham are looking to reinforce their squad in the winter transfer window and more than a few quality attacking players have been in the limelight.

As far as the Premier League is concerned, the North Londoners are linked with the likes of Everton’s Ross Barkley (via Telegraph) and Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha (via Guardian).

Abroad, Spurs have been linked with a move to sign Portuguese international and Galatasaray attacker Bruma. The 22-year-old winger is valued at around 25 million euros ($26million) by the Turkish giants (ESPN).

Recent reports in Turkey (Hurriyet) suggest that Spurs have moved in with an offer of 20 million euros for the former Sporting CP attacker and afterwards the player has told his club to let him go to England.

The google translation of the Turkish site is like:

After Tottenham’s offer of 20 million euros, Bruma said, “Let me go to England. I win too, you win too”

Bruma is a versatile winger who can be deployed on either flank and he has been in decent form for Gala this season.

In 16 league appearances in the current campaign, Bruma has directly contributed in no fewer than 10 goals (5 goals and 5 assists).

In your opinion, should Spurs sign Zaha or Barkley or Bruma?

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3 Responses to $26million Playmaker Demands Move After Spurs’ Offer

  1. Woody says:

    Bruma all day

  2. Gelitefish says:

    barkley would be the best transfer for tottenham. although bruma would be amazing i do not feel he would have the same impact at tottenham as barkley

  3. James Anthony says:

    No – we should not buy zaha, or barkley- we need a serious striker someone who is not greedy who can pass the ball who can hold up the ball.
    Spurs are a couple of players away from becoming a top club,,, we need to look for hungry people who is prepared to do the work

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