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Tottenham man completes La Liga move after signing new Spurs deal
By Bruce Grove -

Juan Foyth is one Spurs player that has struggled to impress Jose Mourinho and it was always a matter of time before he either stepped up or was shipped out of the club.

Despite having him at the club, Spurs are still keen to sign a new centre back in this transfer window, showing that he isn’t what Mourinho wants as a defender.

The club has finally allowed him to move away to get more game time, albeit not before securing his future.

Spurs took to Twitter to confirm that he has left the club and that he will be spending the rest of this season out on-loan at Villarreal.

He was, however, persuaded to sign an extension on his current deal that will keep him as a Spurs player until 2023.

He will be joining the former manager of Arsenal, Unai Emery at the Spanish side and he will hope to get the playing time that his talents deserve.

His move makes it even more important for Spurs to sign a new defender today before the transfer window closes.

They have already lost Jan Vertonghen, who left the club this summer following the expiry of his contract.

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Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

Prove me wrong son. Smash it. He’s to heavy footed for me. Needs some “floats like a butterfly training🌚

Leslie Crawford
Leslie Crawford
1 year ago

The decision to send Foyth,Sessegnon,Skipp and Parrott out on loan makes sense if they weren’t going to be given enough game time at Spurs this season,it will benefit the players and the club in the long term.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago

Various sources saying no more signings this window only out goings. If they can’t get the centre back they want they will wait to January.

Leslie Crawford
Leslie Crawford
1 year ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Other sources say we may be talking to John Stones at City about a possible loan

mikey hughes
mikey hughes
1 year ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Won’t be any cheaper in January so sounds like an excuse to me. Levy is currently in intensive care following this transfer window.

Lilywhite without the II
Lilywhite without the II
1 year ago

Having 65k a week Rose on the books probably doesn’t help…there must be a team somewhere that would take him if Levy wavers the loan/transfer fee just to get the wages off the books…

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