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Romano states Vlahovic will probably transfer out of Serie A next summer
By Harry Hotspur -

According to the footballing expert Fabrizio Romano, it is Arsenal that has done most of the leg work in seeking to get the Fiorentina star to England. If this move can be achieved is one matter, but if it will actually is Arsenal that will be doing the signing, is another.

Vlahovic has recently emerged as one of the brightest young strikers in European football, netting 41 goals in his last 62 appearances for Fiorentina. My sense of Fabrizio’z tape is that if Arsenal could push for a move this winter, then an expensive deal could be done with relative ease. However, the player wishes to respect his Serie A side, and not just cut and run mid-season.

Might it be the case that if Tottenham were able to get their act together, then an opportunity to derail the Gunners’ efforts, might exist?

I take a view that Spurs’ interest in this player might only exist in the minds of the football media, and come next summer, we will slowly but surely see the Fiorentina boy being wheeled out in red and white.

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Archibald&Crooks (SnideChump)
Archibald&Crooks (SnideChump)
4 months ago

I am in this constant nightmare where my beloved (well pre ENIC anyway) Spurs have existed with 1 recognised striker for ages.
I hope I wake up soon.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
4 months ago

When I see Vlahovic with an apple on his head , then I will believe he is a Spurs target.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
4 months ago

There was a report yesterday in the Press that he was only interested in joining Juventus at the end of the season. I don’t doubt that Arsenal would like to sign him but I am fairly confident that we won’t be signing him. We do not have the track record for signing this sort of player and if he is to sign for an English club, it would be more likely to be for City

eddie
eddie
4 months ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

I saw this too and it would make a lot of sense as he knows the league.and he would have CL football next season..Why would he chose the arse over Juve?

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
4 months ago

I was resigned he would be going to City or Liverpool or somesuch. If we miss out on what seems to be a top-class striker in the making to Arsenal of all teams…

Also, isn’t it strange how Chelsea steamrollered us over the two legs, seeming like a side a world above us, but they were largely outplayed by Brighton yesterday, and managed to drop points in the league against Everton, West Ham, Wolves, and Brighton again?

It’s almost as if a solid gameplan and players willing to execute it and actually put in genuine effort can bridge even a vast gap in quality… Who would have thought, eh?

Sao Paulo Spurs
Sao Paulo Spurs
4 months ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

It’s funny i was thinking the same thing yesterday. I’ve seen Brighton play a few times this season. I think they are VERY, very good. This is what happens when a club keeps their recruitment consistent and thoughtful. Couple that with a very good manager and this is the outcome.

It seems strange to say this but Spurs could easily do a Brighton. However, as always it would demand Levy and this transfer committee to stand down and hand over the power to the experts.

Either way our FA Cup game against them will be extremely difficult.

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
4 months ago

We did a Brighton under Poch. However, then you need to take the next step, which we never took or absolutely fumbled. Now, we’re back to square one, needing another big squad turnaround to be where we already were.

eddie
eddie
4 months ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

Brighton are a well organised side,but they have one glaring weekness,they lack composure in front of goal.They create good scoring opportunities,unlike us,but their strikers let them down time and again.If Potter could get a better goalscorer than Maupay,someone to get them 20-25 goals a season,then watch them go.Otherwise he has an excellent group of players.

England Mike
England Mike
4 months ago
Reply to  eddie

I think Brighton could be in Europe if they had that striker, I haven’t seen a team create so many chances yet fail to convert like they keep doing, it was the same last season. With their limited budget I was hoping they would go for Danny Ings who would have done the job imo, but there ya go.

eddie
eddie
4 months ago
Reply to  England Mike

Yes the Danny Ings people said we should go for.He’s not exactly set Villa alight,because of his big issue which is injury.Maybe he doesn’t suit playing alongside Watkins,but i think we dodged a bullet there.

They were guilty of the same failings last season and Glen Murray wasn’t the player to solve their problems either.If you look at the table it tends to be the clubs at the bottom fighting relegation who all seem to have this one weakness.Would Brighton go for somebody like Toney for example?

England Mike
England Mike
4 months ago
Reply to  eddie

Getting a decent striker at a club of that ilk like Brighton cannot be easy I imagine, Toney is not a bad shout, the other guy who has looked ok is Dennis at Watford, but I read they are looking at Brereton Diaz at Blackburn.

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