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Spurs to return for Serie A man after losing Rudiger to Milan
By Bruce Grove -

Mirror Football reports that Tottenham is set to make another attempt to land Milan Skriniar before the transfer window closes today.

The 25-year-old Slovakian defender has been on the radar of Spurs for much of this transfer window as they look to bolster their team ahead of the new season.

The Lilywhites have moved for the defender before now, making enquiries, and they have been told that he will cost £45m.

Spurs then turned their attention towards landing Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger on loan.

Both London sides hardly trade players and it was almost certain that the Blues would not agree to allow him to join Tottenham.

The report is now claiming that he is closer to a deadline day switch to AC Milan and Spurs will now have to turn their attention elsewhere.

They reckon that Jose Mourinho’s side will make a return for Skriniar whom they already know how much he will cost them.

Skriniar is no longer one of the untouchable players in Antonio Conte’s side, but it remains unclear if they will agree to sell him this late in the transfer window and if Spurs will meet their asking price.

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James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago

Hard to shift players on decent money ie Rose, Aurier, it’s a buyers market, teams can pick and choose if they have the money.

mikey hughes
mikey hughes
1 year ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

We can’t let Aurier go having already sold KWP. Remember Mou’s mantra; 2 good players for each position. Aurier has looked good in last 2 games, competition for places works wonders.

mikey hughes
mikey hughes
1 year ago

We can do much better than a Chelsea reject anyway. Like you say Abramabitch wouldn’t allow a Chelsea player to join Spurs anyway. He buys players just to stop us getting them in the past. Don’t care for the guy anyway after that nonsense with racism and getting Son red carded. Would rather he stayed away permanently and went to China or something.

Jay Gee
Jay Gee
1 year ago

I guess today is crunch day for us AND Inter.. not to mention Skriniar. I am so pleased though we never wasted money and momentum on rudiger. I

Ian
Ian
1 year ago

I hope this happens Japhet is injured again and I still worry about our back line, we’ve saved movies on a striker this year so hopefully those funds can be used to get nearer to Inter’s valuation. No news on Rose’s exit yet

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