It looks like recent ITK suggesting that not all the players are hypnotised by the the New Destination™ may be on point.
Wimmer is quoted in the Mirror as saying: “It would be the most beautiful to stay in the Premier League. Twenty-four years is exactly the age at which it is most important to play regularly and not only have to train week after week and have to sit down on the bench at the game.
“In the next few days and weeks, the main focus will certainly be placed on what is there for offers, and we will definitely look around, it’s time to look for something, where the chances of regular use are again higher.”
He added: “In Cologne, I experienced three super years. I believe that Cologne is always a very nice step for me, you have to look at what happens. But I would prefer it if I could remain in the Premier League.”
Wimmer’s problem is that given his position he’s only ever going to get offered walk-on parts at Spurs because he’s behind Vert’s and Toby. To be clear, how other big clubs operate is to pay their understudies enough to make them to suffer the bench time.
If Wimmer leaves, it will be a pity because he’s precisely the right calibre of backup player Spurs need.
Next season could be the 24 year old’s 3rd at Spurs however the Austrian is contracted until 2021, so the odds of him getting an enhanced deal at Tottenham must be nigh on zero.