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By Harry Hotspur -
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Some Atalanta fans aren’t taking the arrival of Tottenham’s raiding party too well, and the bedsheets are up. A number of commentators online have effectively dismissed the attack on Percassi the club’s president.

The banner reads, Percassi don’t make a mistake. There is a city to respect.

Percassi sounds from the above statement relayed by an Italian journalist Rudy Galetti as if he is trying to reassure supporters that if Romero goes, then it will only be for the right money.

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Paul
Paul
4 months ago

Oh so Spurs are second class citizens.

Mike J
Mike J
4 months ago

I think I’d be pretty pi**ed to see Romero go too. Could be a great addition to Spurs.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
4 months ago

We’ll never get a better deal than this, because of the current climate big clubs like Barca and RM are effectively impotent financially. We’ve got to take advantage this window of the situation. Lets hope Levy realises this is a one off chance and doesn’t degenerate into his usual penny pinching mode and ruin our chances by upsetting everybody.

BaleUsOut
BaleUsOut
4 months ago

Exactly.
Due to covid there are once in a lifetime deals to be had

Harry
Harry
4 months ago

I do believe that the owners realise they are in last chance saloon, balls this up and they know the fans will be up in arms.

I know our chairman is thick skinned, but I doubt he would be comfortable sitting in the stadium getting untold abuse hurled at him.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
4 months ago

Quite right, there is a once in a lifetime chance to rebuild a broken down squad due to Covid,. A shrewd businessman would take this opportunity due to the weak financial position of many clubs to buy good players at well discounted prices. Lewis has always had a reputation for taking risk in his lifetime, with the exception of Spurs, but Levy doesn’t have the cojones to seize the opportunity.

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