Tottenham and Lingard discuss openly
Manchester United outcast and England international Jesse Lingard is the subject of interest from Antonio Conte’s Tottenham as they look to add further depth and quality under the Italian boss.
According to Football.London Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold, North London outfit Made contact with Lingard’s faction His aim is to bring him to the English capital at the end of the current 2021-22 Premier League season when his contract at Old Trafford expires this summer.
It has also been mentioned that the club could seek a transfer during the current January window if the Red Devils approve the green light to sell to rivals in their search for a top player, but BBC Sport Simon Stone Further clarifying Lingard’s stance, it was noted that the Union College graduate was not keen on a winter exit.
according to @AlasdairGold, Tottenham Hotspur and Lingard have talked about a summer transfer. Lingard does not want to leave Manchester United this month, but his contract expires at the end of the season. OGS told him he would get his chance this season, but it didn’t happen.
— Simon Stone (@sistony67) January 11, 2022
However, his frustrations are justified after former boss Solskjaer promised to create chances at Warrington this season but failed to deliver. That trend is now continuing under interim boss Ralph Rangnick.
All told, Lingard has played just 272 minutes in just four different games for United, and has only been given two nods in his 11th game, none of which have been in the Premier League.
Ajax’s bid for Bergwijn has knock-on effect on Traore’s interest
Legendary Dutch side Ajax Amsterdam are tracking Tottenham winger Steven Bergwijn, who could make a move for the former PSV Eindhoven standout, which would keep him in north London Returning to the Netherlands after two years of unremarkable time.
But Tottenham reject initial £15m offer Gordon Zornan (Also according to Alasdair Gold in the report linked above) Despite frequent injury concerns, he has struggled to secure a first-choice spot under Conte since the Italian arrived.
Given the price they paid (£27m) to ensure he got his services from PSV, Tottenham want to charge more for Bergwijn, despite every Tottenham manager he has worked for. He is highly rated but his potential departure could open the door for Tottenham to continue their search for Wolves winger Adama Traore.
This Club linked to Spain international’s interest La Masia and La Masia have graduated since both Fabio Paratici and Nuno Espirito Santo arrived in the capital this summer, given Paratici’s stance on the 25-year-old. Long-term interest, that interest remains.
Given the struggles of the current right-back options Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty, it is thought that Traore will be reassigned to a full-back role rather than a wide striker under Conte .
But Traore would still provide tactical options for the former Inter and Chelsea boss, who could be deployed further on the flank or, as mentioned earlier, could be in transition at Tottenham The pitch moves forward as a good utility player.
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|Ronaldo, Cristiano||Manchester United||8|
|Sun Xiangmin||Tottenham Hotspur Football Club||8|
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|Mane, Sadio||Liverpool Football Club||8|
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