Tottenham Hotspur supporters in the Transfer Tavern are still patiently waiting for their first summer recruit.
Tottenham remains one of the few Premier League clubs who have yet to make a signing in this summer window.
However, the club hasn’t been afraid of letting players depart, selling Kyle Walker to Manchester City for a world-record fee for a defender.
Accordingly, Spurs have a hefty amount of money they could reinvest in the team to augment the quality of Pochettino’s squad, and our landlord believes he’s found just the man.
Ross Barkley’s future remains uncertain according to Everton manager Ronald Koeman, and our landlord thinks that Spurs should use the money attained from Walker’s sale to finance a move for Ross Barkley.
At the age of just 23, the Englishman has amassed considerable experience, registering 197 career appearances scoring a total of 31 goals.
The Englishman proved to be on Everton’s key players last season as they secured Europa League qualification.
The 23-year-old scored a respectable total of five goals and provided eight assists in the Premier League last campaign.
Without a doubt, Barkley is regarded for his remarkable attacking qualities.
Everton’s midfielder is a superb passer of the ball, and he also exhibits superb dribbling ability.
To contribute to 13 league goals is a fairly decent total and considering the quality that would surround him if he moves to Tottenham, it is likely that this total will increase.
Spurs also have the lure of Champions League football and the prospect of playing at Wembley every other week.
The arrival of Barkley would significantly strengthen Spurs’ squad.
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