2011-12 was seen by man as a breakthrough season for Jake Livermore at Spurs but this campaign hasn’t been such a happy one for the young midfielder. Admittedly, injury has played its part but Jake is currently some way down the pecking order as far as a central midfield berth is concerned.

Livermore has started just two games this season and while Andre Villas-Boas may be reluctant to let him go, there are suggestions that the club are willing to consider a loan deal. However, there are other reports claiming that Spurs will listen to permanent bids.

Enter Harry Redknapp whose profile seems to fit as a likely candidate for Jake’s services and it seems certain that the player could be of great value to a side who are battling to avoid the drop.

Overall, it might make sense on a loan basis but do you feel Jake’s time as a Spurs player is finally up?

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  1. I myself think this is the best option for all parties Livermore is a good player and needs games Harry needs help at QPR we need to lighten up our squad everyone is happy well almost I think AVB would be a lot happier if he could get rid of some of the dead wood in our squad (JENAS,BENTLEY,GOMES,) But loaning out decent youngsters is always a good option maybe we could do the same with young Carrol he could also do with games COYS

  2. Good he’s pants offers nothing just a typical Englishman with no technical ability or awareness of the game, and he is an absolute wanker to add on

  3. Jake, for me, is a good young player. He did excellently for Spurs in a host of big games, for the club, last season.
    I think maybe he was unfortunate to start this season playing alongside Sandro in the Spurs engine room, as although the Brazilian is an excellent player, he is NOT a suitable foil to help compliment Livermores talents, especially in home games, where the onus is on us to be particularly creative whilst in possession.

    If I was a QPR supporter , I would relish the opportunity of seeing a committed, technically sound, young player with a point to prove sign for my club, especially in the current situation they find themselves in.

    I would bank on Levy at LEAST getting £5million for a young player who has represented his country, in which case a permanent transfer would suit all parties, as I believe Jake will struggle to make the kind of impact HE would like to at Spurs in the forthcoming season/s.

  4. He just reminds me of Jamie O’hara lots of energy but no real quality 5m would be nice then put it towards Holtby’s wages.

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