Tottenham open discussions with Lingard
Manchester United outcast and England worldwide midfielder Jesse Lingard is the topic of curiosity from Antonio Conte’s Tottenham as Spurs look so as to add additional depth and high quality underneath the Italian headmaster.
Based on Soccer.London’s Tottenham correspondent Alasdair Gold, the north London outfit made contact with Lingard’s camp with a view of bringing him to the English capital in the summertime when his contract runs down at Previous Trafford on the finish of the present 2021-22 Premier League marketing campaign.
Additionally talked about was the potential of the membership searching for out a transfer throughout the present January window ought to the Purple Devils give the inexperienced mild on a sanctioned sale to a rival within the hunt for high for, however BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone offered extra readability on Lingard’s place, stating that the United academy graduate just isn’t eager on a winter exit.
As per @AlasdairGold, Tottenham have spoken to Jesse Lingard camp re summer season transfer. Lingard does not wish to go away Man Utd this month however out of contract at finish of season. Was informed by OGS he would get possibilities this season however not materialised.
— Simon Stone (@sistoney67) January 11, 2022
His frustration justifiably continues, nevertheless, after former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjær promised the Warrington-native possibilities this season however did not ship; a development that now continues underneath interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
All informed, Lingard has logged simply 272-minutes of motion throughout showing in 4 totally different competitions for United whereas being given the nod within the matchday XI on solely two events, none of which got here within the Premier League.
Ajax bid for Bergwijn has knock-on results in Traoré curiosity
Legendary Dutch outfit Ajax Amsterdam is monitoring Spurs winger Steven Bergwijn in a potential transfer for the previous PSV Eindhoven standout that may see him return to the Netherlands after two underwhelming years in north London.
However Tottenham rejected the preliminary £15million supply from de Godenzonen (additionally in keeping with Alasdair Gold within the report linked above) regardless of his battle to safe first-choice standing underneath Conte for the reason that Italian’s arrival attributable to common harm issues.
Spurs would hope to obtain a bigger charge for Bergwijn given the value they paid (£27million) to safe his companies from PSV, and although each Spurs supervisor he has served underneath has spoken extremely of him, his potential departure may open the door for Tottenham to proceed their hunt for Wolves winger Adama Traoré.
The membership has been linked with curiosity within the Spanish worldwide and La Masia graduate since Fabio Paratici and Nuno Espírito Santo each arrived within the capital this summer season, and that curiosity persists given Paratici’s long-standing curiosity within the 25-year-old.
Given the struggles of present right-sided wing-back choices Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty, it’s thought that Traoré could be re-tasked in a wing-back function relatively than utilized as a large ahead underneath Conte.
However Traoré would nonetheless supply tactical choices for the previous Inter Milan and Chelsea supervisor, able to being deployed on both flank additional ahead or presumably transitioned as talked about, he may function a top quality utility participant on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium shifting ahead.
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