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Report: Liverpool plans to move in on Tottenham Hotspur target for January move
By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur plans to find another central defender to pair alongside Cristian Romero, who came over this past summer from Atalanta BC. 

One of the targets Spurs eyes is Torino FC defender Gleison Bremer, but it seems a Premier League rival might beat them to the Brazil international. Torino Granata reports that Liverpool wants to accelerate talks with the Italian side to land him in January. 

According to the information in the article, Torino is willing to part ways with the 24-year-old for €10 million (£8.53 million). Suppose Liverpool beats out the north London-based club for Bremer. 

In that case, it will be a blow for Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici and manager Antonio Conte, considering the price isn’t outrageous. Over the summer, Tottenham missed out on some targets that could’ve further improved the squad than what they have at the moment. 

Nonetheless, the January window is a tough month to do business considering the short amount of time, so they’ll need to move quickly concerning these targets that Spur can have for an affordable price. 

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Spurs47
Spurs47
2 months ago

Putting aside all the possible “excuses” or “reasons” like no service, change of manager, mind elsewhere, bla bla bla the fact remains that Harry Kane can score 3 goals in one game for his country but has failed to score any goals against 9 Premier League teams in recent months. It’s fair to wonder if things are not what they might seem to be. In addition, it could be argued that not only did he score but he also looked more energised, moved around more, made his presence felt more, bla bla bla. Perhaps Kane’s England performance has effectively become his shop window and shows that his Spurs efforts are not the only metric to judge his form by. I don’t think our Harry is being entirely honest. I do think he is playing a long game and he is genuinely p….d off with DL’s stance in the summer when City left their calling card. Agree with H that he should be sold. Thought it was a mistake not to sell him in the summer and still think the same now.

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