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Is experienced Juventus outcast the sort of player that Tottenham should sign?

By Bruce Grove -

Sami Khedira has enjoyed a very fine career and is currently on the books of Italian champions Juventus.

The 33-year-old has been frozen out of the first team in Turin for economic reasons and he will likely not play for them again.

He spoke recently and claimed that he would like to play in the Premier League, he also said that he remains in touch with Jose Mourinho who managed him at Real Madrid.

Speaking to a German media outlet as quoted by Sun Sports, he said: “There is dialogue with Ancelotti and Mourinho, as we never really lost contact after our time together at Real Madrid.”

The midfielder might not be playing for the club at the moment, but he remains a player that can do a job and his experience will be invaluable to a team like Tottenham.

Spurs are building a very solid team in this campaign and they look very much like a side that will win a trophy.

If that happens, it is important for the team to keep improving and adding some experience will help.

Khedira might have just a few years left, but even for just one season, he could help Spurs achieve things.

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BigStew
BigStew
2 years ago

This is the ‘José era’ so if Levy has the cash from sales, lowering the wage bill & still balancing the books yes, he’d back him.
(My bubble is still intact & my faith, whilst maybe more wishful thinking, remains)

BigStew
BigStew
2 years ago
Reply to  Tangangry

Yes maybe, might be swayed on that but my only point was generating enough cash to sign the 2 mentioned.

Tangangry
Tangangry
2 years ago
Reply to  BigStew

Bit harsh on Bergwijn!

Tangangry
Tangangry
2 years ago

Kalvin Phillips is the man we should break the bank for, him and Hoj in the middle would make us absolutely unstoppable!

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
2 years ago
Reply to  BigStew

BS – Levy stomping up in excess of £80m really??

BigStew
BigStew
2 years ago

I’m holding onto a little more faith & not allowing anyone to burst my bubble. 🤣
THFC are on the up & Man.City are stagnating at present.
(& after the recent England ‘big-up’ of each other, there’s a budding bromance between him & Kane)

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
2 years ago
Reply to  BigStew

Sorry to disappoint but Grealish likely realistic destination is Man City!!

BigStew
BigStew
2 years ago

Sorry, I have to disagree.
For me, selling Rose, Gazzaniga, Sanchez, Foyth, Carter-Vickers, Lamela, Bergwijn (& sending Gedson back), would help trim the squad & also generate more than enough cash to help buy Grealish & Skriniar & whoever else José wants.

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
2 years ago

Adding experience and steel to the team Khedera would be a welcome signing if we can get him in Jan. Clearly Grealish would have been a welcome signing in the summer or better 2018 enabling us to have controlled a degree of possession and possibly opened up Chelsea offensively more than we did yesterday releasing stifled Kane and Son but alas thats history now!!

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
2 years ago

Adding experience and steel to the team Khedera would be a welcome signing if we can get him in Jan. Clearly Grealish would have been a welcome signing in the summer or better 2018 enabling us to have controlled a degree of possession and possibly opened up Chelsea offensively more than we did yesterday releasing stifled Kane and Son but alas thats history now!!

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