These Tottenham Hotspur fans do not want the north London club to raid AFC Bournemouth for transfers in the summer window after the Daily Mail linked them with moves for Callum Wilson, Joshua King, David Brooks and Ryan Fraser.
The article declared that Manchester United were also interested in bringing these players in, as Bournemouth have reportedly opened the door to selling their big stars for potentially hefty price-tags, which they could then use to rebuild the squad, according to The Sun.
However, one of those players may cost nothing in the form of Fraser. The Scottish international has a deal with the Cherries that will expire in the summer which could mean that Spurs may swoop in, although they face competition from arch-rivals Arsenal, as per the Daily Mail.
The Bournemouth quartet mentioned above have a combined 20 goals in the Premier League this season, with a further six assists, according to Whoscored.
Despite this, these supporters do not fancy raiding the team that currently sit in the relegation zone:
When will we learn? Buying these type of players will never improve us
— Emmanuel Oyesile (@EmmanuelOyesil2) April 5, 2020
We clearly didn’t learn from when we tried to buy Wimbledon relegated team
— Tom (@Tom03120833) April 5, 2020
All that matters is if the player is good enough for us. Not sure any of them really are.
— Jay Dee (@Wobbly_Desk) April 5, 2020
Realistically, who’s Levy going to sign that actually WOULD be good enough for us?
Bournemouth players aren’t the answer, but Levy would still haggle like a hackney market trader and we would miss out anyway…
Grealish, prime example.
— Harry 2.0 (@harryphilip29) April 5, 2020
Settling for mid table mediocrity then, won’t even challenge for top eight with this lot.
— Geoff Humphrey (@grhumphrey) April 5, 2020
That’s the way to progress……buying a bunch of Bourmouth players. Give me a break.
— Monnie (@RB_THFC) April 5, 2020
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