Tottenham assures Jose Mourinho that his most important men will NOT be sold despite the impact of Covid-19 on the club
Tottenham assures Jose Mourinho that his most important men will NOT be sold despite the impact of Covid-19 on the club as they balance moves for Aaron Ramsdale, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and South Korean international Kim Min-jae
- Jose Mourinho has limited resources to purchase players during the transfer window
- But Tottenham’s boss doesn’t have to sell major players to raise money
- Traces are gaining more and more confidence in the signing of Southampton, the runaway star Hojbjerg
- Spurs also liked Bournemouth goalkeeper Ramsdale who challenged Hugo Lloris
Tottenham has told Jose Mourinho that despite the Covid financial crisis, its key players will not be sold in the near season.
While money is tight at Spurs, chairman Daniel Levy will support his manager with limited resources during the transfer window to strengthen the problem areas in his squad for next season.
And the plans of the Portuguese for the 2020-21 campaign have been reinforced, with the club almost certain that they will not receive offers for key players this summer.
Spurs believe that Aarnem Ramsdale from Bournemouth can offer serious competition to Hugo Lloris
Levy has a reputation as one of the fiercest negotiators in football and is extremely reluctant to enter into negotiations for any of his key players, knowing that he would likely fall below the market offers due to the tense financial conditions caused by the corona virus.
However, Tottenham may receive offers for edge players to raise money. Tanguy Ndombele, who arrived in Lyon in a £ 53.8 million club record last summer, has fallen out of favor under Mourinho and could be sacrificed.
In terms of earnings, the club is looking for a goalkeeper to add serious competition to current first choice Hugo Lloris, who has entered the last 12 months of his deal.
Spurs are increasingly confident that they will sign Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, the runaway star from Southampton
Sports email understands that Spurs would like to move to Aaron Ramsdale in Bournemouth if the south coast club is relegated, while Watford’s Benford Foster and Marcus Bettinelli are also interesting.
Mourinho also wants a central midfielder, with the club gaining confidence in signing Southampton, runaway star Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
Everton has already received a £ 25 million offer for Hojbjerg, accepted by the Saints, but it is the 24-year-old’s preference to join Spurs.
Tottenham has told Jose Mourinho that his major players will not be sold during the closed season
Intriguingly, the midfielder recently switched the representation to Pini Zahavi, who has close ties to Tottenham and played a role in taking Mourinho to North London following the dismissal of Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham is also in the market for a central defender to replace Jan Vertonghen, who is likely to leave when his deal ends on Sunday.
South Korean international Kim Min-jae, who plays for the Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan, is of great importance to Spurs.