Tottenham ‘will listen to offers’ for first-team trio before transfer deadline

Tottenham ‘will listen to offers’ for first-team trio before transfer deadline

during the UEFA Champions League group H match between Tottenham Hotspur and APOEL Nikosia at Wembley Stadium on December 6, 2017 in London, United Kingdom.


Tottenham will listen to offers to offers for Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose and Mousa Dembele before next week’s transfer deadline, according to Sky Sports.

Alderweireld has been linked with a move to Manchester United all summer after failing to agree terms on a new contract earlier this year.

Dembele, who has just a year remaining on his current deal, is said to be a target for Inter Milan – although he appears to be no closer to a departure than he was a few weeks ago.

Manchester Untied were apparently keen on Rose last summer, but their interest has cooled in recent months.

Exit talk surrounding all three players has gone quiet as the August 9th Premier League transfer deadline approaches.

However, Sky Sports claim Spurs will listen to offers for the trio if they arrive in the next seven days.

The report suggests Tottenham want to make two signings, one of whom is Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish. Another potential signing will depend on who leaves the club

It’s surprising that Spurs wouldn’t consider replacing all three players if they are all to leave – surely that would necessitate more than two signings.


  1. I have said since end of last Toby and Danny would be at Spurs next season ,and it looks like they will be ,Spurs can keep Toby for two more seasons and let him go on a freebie,Danny owes Spurs over his illness and injuries,an extra year would be good ,and Dembele wants an easier league as he has stated,

  2. Sell Rose and bring in Kieran Tierney to replace him, who is a much better player.

    Keep Alderweireld, because he is a world class defender.

    Maybe keep Dembele for one more season, in a transition period, so Winks, Skipp and any new midfielders can learn from him.

    Get rid of Sissoko, Aurier, N’Koudou, Llorente, Janssen – all big flops.

    Bring in a proper striker to cover Harry Kane.

    Bring in Lewis Cook. A brilliant player, who would sort out our midfield. Spurs would be a force to be reckoned with, if we managed to get him. Amazing passer of the ball, can dribble and puts in a good tackle. Easily the best English midfielder, by miles.

  3. Sky are stirring to up their ratings. When something doesn’t make sense, it’s because it’s probably utter rubbish or made up.

    Rose has no takers and has no choice but to stay.

    United haven’t spoken to Spurs for months about Toby as they’ve been frightened off by the fee, meaning Alderwerield either stays for up to a year on half pay waiting to be rescued for a transfer fee of 25m or he signs a new deal in the next few weeks.

    Dembele is on his last legs but is now likely to stay for another year and leave on a free as he didn’t fancy China (yet) and Inter choose not to afford him.

    Spurs are desperate to shift out a few of the deadwood but no one is interested. Watch out for some desperate loans for the likes of Jansen, Llorente or N’Koudou in the next week. These will be the ONLY exits.

    And I doubt we’ll buy who the press are saying – we haven’t made any bids to the likes of Villa and Palace yet.

  4. Levy gives himself a huge salary increase which is well over what Toby is asking for yet won’t pay Toby what he’s worth. In 17 years it’s clear Levy’s decision making is poor at best. Just look at how many poor management decisions he has made and flops he has bought in. His policy during the transfer windows is also a joke. With all that money that has come in over the years he has no intention of pushing on to win trophies as it’s all about the bank balance and this stadium is just a cash cow for Levy and Enic. Since Levy has been in charge we have won nothing in 17 years which says it all. Sooner he and Enic leave the better.


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