While we wait for the first comments from Mauricio Pochettino with regard to transfer policy, the speculation continues and many areas of the press are agreed that the first man out of the exit door will be our Brazilian international Sandro.

The midfielder had fallen out of favour with previous coach Tim Sherwood and as the season came to a close, the player’s agent hinted that his client was looking for a move.

“We know that many clubs are following Sandro,” said Luiz Paulo Chignall.

“He would like to play in Serie A, it is a very important championship but now we have to wait to know if he can leave Tottenham or not.”

The Standard now suggest that Spurs are willing to sell but that they won’t discuss a move unless any club can meet their valuation of £15m. Napoli are prepared to offer £9m which is clearly a non starter while other reports claim that Chelsea are also interested.

In his four years at the club, Sandro has become a firm fans favourite but is this really the end of the line?



  1. Hard to believe we will sell anyone until the manager has had a look at them in pre-season. We don’t normally start selling players until late July, even last season people like Parker and Huddlestone were not moved on until August.

    If the manager wants Sandro then he will keep him, and if Sandro works hard and plays well then any manager would want him around. If last season was the best he could do after his injury, then there is a difficult decision to be made.

    • Josh – I could not agree any more with what you’ve said. Nail on head pal.
      Love The Beast, but last season, he was not all that, I know the whole team under performed, but if that was his height post injury, then a tough decision is there…..would be gutted though

  2. And where did this speculation originate from? None other than the daily star, that well known merchant of bullshit, closely followed by the sheep. Buff said

  3. I think we should sell Sandro coz he gets booked every other game as his timing is shocking, and I’m not sure what he said on twitter empressed the club, and if we do sell to Chelski then we should ask for players and not money, like Lukaku


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