Tottenham Hotspur fans would love nothing more than to see their side make a statement by beating Liverpool on their own patch tomorrow. Of course, it won’t be an easy task but it would certainly help their push for a top four spot in the current campaign.
Although, one thing that would definitely help Spurs’ cause next season, regardless of where they finish in the current campaign, is a number of impressive transfer moves.
Interestingly, it appears as if Mauricio Pochettino is currently eyeing a possible swoop, as according to Football Insider, Spurs are considering a move for Swansea City’s Daniel James.
The youngster has made a name for himself in the Championship this season and he’s even managed to make great strides on the international stage with Wales, as he grabbed their only goal against Slovakia recently. He’s managed to produce three goals and six assists domestically this season, so it’s clear to see he has plenty of talent.
James has all the makings to follow in Gareth Bale’s footsteps, both at Spurs and on the international stage. His pace, skill, dribbling and finishing ability already makes him a well-rounded attacker, and there aren’t many better managers than Mauricio Pochettino when it comes down to developing young talents.
Swansea City manager Graham Potter stated that the youngster has been ‘incredible’ (as per Expo Sport) for his side this season, and it’s safe to say he’s got it spot on as he’s shocked everyone with his performances.
Spurs are currently light on numbers out wide which has forced Mauricio Pochettino to deploy his right-back and left-back as wing-backs at times. So, bringing the youngster to the new White Hart Lane would provide the club with a future star and it would definitely fill the winger void.
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