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Spurs appear to have hit a brick wall with U21-international negotiations

By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur has been linked to Everton FC forward Anthony Gordon as the north London club wants to add home-grown status players to their squad and is looking to take advantage of The Toffees’ financial situation.

However, The Athletic reports that Everton has no intention of selling Gordon. Furthermore, they plan to lock down the 21-year-old to a new contract before his current deal expires in 2025; whether that occurs remains to be seen.

Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur are both reportedly keen on Gordon. Nonetheless, manager Frank Lampard is considered to be vehemently against the possibility of Gordon exiting.

Gordon, an England under-21 international, scored four goals and recorded three assists in 40 matches for Everton last season and is likely at the center of their attack alongside Dominic Calvert-Lewin, with the exit of Richarlison to Spurs. 

Tottenham had shown interest in the left-winger and had their eyes on a double bid for Gordon and Richarlison, but Everton did not entertain that idea and now aren’t willing to sell the young winger this summer. 

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Dirk
Dirk
2 years ago

Hilarious comment on Ndombele!
I had similar thoughts when I read that interview but yours were much funnier 🙂

Not trying to be clever, but how do you know that those players you mentioned were all Levy buys?
I hear it said a lot and it’s very feasible, but is there clear evidence that he overrules his manager or buys players without consulting them?

The confections labelled “Conte <insert verb>” seem a heady blend of herbage and verbiage but is there better reporting on Levy’s control of player transfers? Obviously he controls finances but does he actually tell managers they will be getting player “x” & losing player “y”, if the manager insists they don’t want “x” on the squad, or that “y” is essential to the success of the squad and wants to stay? I mean, that’s the sort of thing that’s being suggested isn’t it?

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
2 years ago

I like the look of him, but the blue noses would lynch the Everton board if they let him go……although Rooney was let go and every team has their price. I would like to swap him for Sessegnon or Reggie, but those deals only happen in Italy.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 years ago
Reply to  tj mitchell

He is a punt ..one of Everton’s better players .cannot see them selling any hope of a future EFC have..for less than 40 mil..maybe they would take NDembele..

tj mitchell
tj mitchell
2 years ago

we should put in a bid of 30 mill and see what they say

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
2 years ago
Reply to  Tony Borg

Rubbish – if Everton don’t want to sell him, they will demand a ridiculous price from Spurs. The correct decision is not to overpay.

Tony Borg
Tony Borg
2 years ago

The brick wall being Daniel Levy.

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