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Tottenham Hotspur summer target doesn’t plan to extend his contract with Serie A club
By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur was in the market for a striker this summer, either one to replace Harry Kane if he left for Manchester City or a forward that would work alongside him to improve the attack. 

Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici had his eyes on several candidates such as Lautaro Martínez and Dušan Vlahović, but a move for either of these strikers never materialized. 

Nonetheless, another name that surfaced this summer was Torino FC’s, Andrea Belotti. Suppose Paratici wants to bring in a player he’s watched, considering the 27-year-old played in the same city. In that case, he could enter into discussions knowing Belotti’s contract expires this summer and Torino doesn’t want to lose on a free transfer. 

Football Italia reports that the Italy international doesn’t want to extend his contract, so if Tottenham intends to revisit this player in the winter, they’ll have all the leverage in any discussions for Belotti. 

“He hasn’t signed, and he probably doesn’t want to sign,” Torino President Urbano Cairo said. “I made an offer that went beyond my capabilities, but I can’t force him to do anything. I don’t think he wants to sign.”

Belotti has made 231 appearances scoring 106 goals during his time with the Serie A side. 

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Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
1 month ago

I think that Levy leading the protest against the Saudi takeover of Newcastle is breath taking in it’s hypocrisy. If anybody can be bothered, they should do their own research into Lewis’s dealings in Patagonia. There is a particularly revealing one written by the Mint Press. To encapsulate a lengthy and detailed report into his investment, the treatment of the local indigenous people with regards to their water rights makes for illuminating reading. Many clubs are owned by unsavoury people but I hardly think that Enic are a shining beacon of moral rectitude.
There is also the point that if Newcastle is worth only £305 million, it turns the spotlight on Levy’s recent fantastical valuation of £3.5 billion for Spurs.
The takeover by the charming Saudis also means that top four competition will become even more difficult for an underfunded club like ours as Newcastle ramp up their soon to be ambitious plans in the transfer market.
Still, the remaining Levyologists out there living in fantasy land can console themselves with the continuous mantra of our first class facilities, whilst ignoring the fact that we are a multi purpose entertainment venue with football as a secondary concern, as evidenced by the reassuring words that Spurs are the anchor tenants. That leaves me wit ha warm glow inside.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

Everything is rosy at Spurs because “we haven’t done a Leeds”, that is about the sole argument of the intelligence challenged Levyologists.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

Great vlog HH. As I’ve said before, the Saudi takeover and the Leicester businesses model, while not being particularly alike demonstrate just how irrelevant and obsolete ENIC’s 22 years (and counting) of messing about has been continues to be.

These plonkers need to stop with the FFP garbage too, has it stopped Chelsea, City or ‘little old’ Leicester City go about their business winning stuff? Nope, so stop bringing it up.

Our continued failures on the football pitch are self inflicted by owners that put more value on acquiring capital assets than winning.

The current business model was conceived many years ago, it’s dead as a dodo as a concept, utterly extinct. Only any good if you can keep the spend where it’s been for the previous 22 years. Tread water and somehow keep the punters turning up while you service the debt.

The only way out of this will be the sale of the club, our owners are frighteningly similar to Mike Ashley, the only real and discernible difference is that we have a shiny new stadium, and over 800m of debt…

Last edited 1 month ago by Easty
Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

We’re doomed Mr Mannering.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

In terms of winning anything meaningful for the next 10 years I would say yes. Possibly even longer.

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