On Friday night it was revealed that Luis Fabiano has returned to Brazil with Sao Paulo, on a four year deal, for a fee of 7.6 million euros. This seems like a bargain for a player with such class.
It only makes you wonder why Tottenham did not take a gamble on this player in January? I believe any club would want a Brazilian international striker for under 8 million and you would have thought that Levy would have enquired about Fabiano in the last transfer window.
If he did, why did he not push for a deal, as 7.6 million seems like an absolute steal? Was it a case of Levy not loosening his purse strings, or Sevilla trying to rip us off because of the Ramos debacle?
I think this was a real missed opportunity and Tottenham may live to regret this before the end of the season.