While Spurs are watching the figurative grass grow, all the well ruin clubs are busy busy busy.
None more so that Chelsea who still believe that they haven’t quite finished loading the dice in their favour and are still looking to add to their total winning squad. Their latest target is Danny Rose who The Sun reveal have already failed once to land the left back.
Chelsea bid for Rose two years ago when the atmosphere between the clubs was described as ‘poisonous’ — a situation that has since improved.
Could Rose be lured away? Of course he could. Tottenham standing stallion the market is is fundamentally irresponsible.
Levy has this delusional belief that the entire world is excited by his New Destination™ project. He’s delusional.
Bonzo bailed, Onomah wasn’t interested in hanging around to see where he might fit in any more. I wouldn’t be surprised if Rose left and less surprised if more followed.
Where’s the plan for the football? There isn’t one. Keep going and see what happens? That’s not a plan.
What’s Levy waiting for, all the owners of the players he wants to mentally collapse and offer discounted prices? That’s not going to happen in the most buoyant market in history.
Poch told talkSPORT: “Then we only decide to sell Kyle to Manchester City, for different reasons, but I think that we are not a club that need(s) money… to sell. That is rumour and if an offer arrives we’ll see what happens.”
Hardly a ringing endorsement of a club going places.
Wembley looks like hard work and the modern footballer is looking for easy answers. Easy answers, money and status. Three things Levy doesn’t have to offer anyone.
Forget the transfer window, we play our first game in 4 days and we achieved nothing other than to regress.
Poch might have to ask Conte where he got his weave done.