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Tottenham target set to sign a new long-term deal
By Bruce Grove -

In the just closed summer transfer window Tottenham was linked with a move for Southampton’s Danny Ings, however, the England international is on the verge of a new long term contract with the Saints which probably rules out any future transfer.

The Englishman has been one of the in-form strikers in the country over the last two seasons and he was one player that Spurs wanted to sign as a backup to Harry Kane.

His form means that Spurs can be confident of getting a goal from the bench if he was their back up striker, but they failed to sign him.

They have landed Carlos Vinicius, but the Brazilian only joined them on loan which means that they could have moved for Ings again in the next transfer window.

However, the Athletic is reporting that the striker is closing in on a new Southampton deal that will keep him with them for the long-term.

The striker has under two years left on his current deal and the Saints are confident that he will put pen to paper on a new deal.

The report claims that both parties are already in talks and they are looking to iron out some details soon including the length of the contract as well as a release clause.

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Panama Paul
Panama Paul
5 months ago

Saints are ring-fencing their asset for when suitors cone knocking. Utter tarts.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
5 months ago
Reply to  Panama Paul

Clever little skets🌚

Eddie
Eddie
5 months ago

He’s never coming to us,stop this nonsense please.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
5 months ago

Interesting article on F365 — saying our main issue this season is premature arrogance.

It’s definitely what translated to me from the performance against West Ham – the defence is jittery but I don’t think that’s what lost us points against West Ham and Newcastle.

It’s the nonchalant arrogance of our attack when we think we’ve done enough to have earned the win long before the final whistle. We are so casual with very presentable chances we’d bury with the hunger we open games with.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
5 months ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

‘Having been a side with a reputation for being soft in the heart, Tottenham now appear to be soft in the head.’ {gulp}

I’m still not worried this season but there still appears to be some tweaking to be done in terms of game management and the team’s psychology.

East Stand
East Stand
5 months ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

Over to you Jose…

East Stand
East Stand
5 months ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

It’s the manager wanting them to do the low block thing and score on the counter, even with a comfortable lead. Sometimes it works, when it doesn’t it encourages the opposition back into the game…

Panama Paul
Panama Paul
5 months ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

If our attack decided to phone it in after getting 3 goals up, then they need a proper kicking up the backside. Not very Conte behaviour when your manager wants you to behave like intelligent Conte’s every game. We should have totally battered them so that their only option was to get the caravans in a circle and not venture out of it. A real missed opportunity to psychologically cripple them and send their season into a downward spiral. Unfortunately for them they won’t be playing us next week so hopefully normal service resumes.

Lilywhite without the II
Lilywhite without the II
5 months ago

and..

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
5 months ago

On the subject of the Saints I see ex Southampton midfielder, Thomas Schneiderlin (who opted for Man Utd instead) regrets not joining Spurs, just sayin. Dodged a bullet here. Ditto Willian who despite an excellent debut against Fulham has hardly made a massive impact at Arsenal.

Eddie
Eddie
5 months ago

Got a mega deal for his age and was desperate to stay in London.Job done time to relax.Long may it continue.

Panama Paul
Panama Paul
5 months ago
Reply to  Eddie

No one was prepared to pay the taxi out of London. A total c*nt who left a bunch of c*nts for another bunch of c*nts. Hopefully he becomes a wage drain on Arsenal like Ozil.