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Tottenham reportedly losing out on a defender to Bayern Munich as the asking price for Torino ace is revealed

By Eddie Razo -

The central defense will be a position Tottenham Hotspur wants to upgrade this coming summer. Over the past few weeks, plenty of names has been connected to the north London club, one of them being Borussia Monchengladbach’s Matthias Ginter.

Ginter’s contract expires in June, and he’s set to leave the German club, so Spurs landing a player of his quality on a free transfer would save them some money to spend in other areas. However, it seems as though Ginter might remain in the Bundesliga. 

According to the Birmingham Mail, Ginter has agreed on a move to Bayern Munich. The report doesn’t reveal the details regarding the contract and term, but it seems Spurs will have to cross the 28-year-old off their list.

Nonetheless, Ginter isn’t the only target to fill the need at central defense. The north London club is one of the many growing suitors eyeing Torino defender Gleison Bremer, but the Brazil international won’t be leaving Italy cheap.

Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Sports Witness) reports that the 25-year-old will cost any interested club in Bremer €50-million. However, despite the interest from clubs, Torino isn’t ready to give the defender up without a battle, having extended his recent deal until 2024. 

Tags Bayern Munich Borussia Mönchengladbach Bundesliga Gleison Bremer Matthias Ginter NewsNow Serie A Torino FC Tottenham Hotspur
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Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
9 months ago

Carry on up the Tottenham..

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
9 months ago

If they cost more than 25 mil forget it..On a free ..song for summer..

Last edited 9 months ago by Billy Tonsils
Limerick AL
Limerick AL
9 months ago

ENIC FC are World Beaters at buying Brazilian Footballers who are at best, Useless.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
9 months ago
Reply to  eddie

Yes no resale value because they’ve flopped and also expensive wages to pay them. Often Levy is forced to send them out on loan as the current manager wants nothing to do with them. Madness.

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
9 months ago

Shame but to be expected most of our big named targets are going elsewhere I am getting over it as the one I wanted above all was Kessie.
I expect Ginter had sleepless nights before penning the letter to Levy “Danke/Nein Danke”
the lure of the shiny stadium/training facilities/empty trophy cabinet wasn’t enough.

eddie
eddie
9 months ago

Not only do they flop,but they remain on our books until the end of their contract.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
9 months ago

Levy is notorious for not buying the obvious players we need, the players that are logically talked about as being our next signings. Instead he will order his minions to search for ordinary players that nobody else wants and are hence cheap.
Then when they flop he will have to buy all over again. This is the demented transfer policy of Spurs and it hurts us badly, it also hurts our transfer kitty as we often have to buy players twice. there is no rhyme or reason to it. We can only pray that at some stage Levy finally learns his lesson and changes policy to buying quality players first. Last summer he was still acting the fool with Nuno as manager (Sarr, Gollini), we can only hope that Conte talks some sense into him. I’m not holding my breath.

Eddie
Eddie
9 months ago

Wthis is the time of the season when ridiculous rumours become even more outrageous.No chance.

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