The Tottenham Hotspur supporting punters over by the pool table here in the Football Transfer Tavern, are interested in news that our landlord has got hold of!
According to the Evening Standard, Tottenham are considering making a move for Euro 2016 winner Rafa Silva.
It has been suggested the player would cost around £10 million, with Spurs looking to follow up interest from last season.
The 23-year-old currently plays for Sporting Braga, and helped the club win the Portuguese Cup last season.
Zenit St Petersburg and FC Porto are also credited with an interest, although it has been suggested the midfielder would prefer a move to England.
Silva has scored 26 goals in 125 appearances for Braga, and has 9 apps for his international side.
Spurs also look set to complete the signing of Georges-Kevin N’Koudou from Marseille this week, which will be Pochettino’s third signing of the summer, after Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen joined earlier in the window.
A host of Spurs fans over by the bar enjoying a pint of TT’s finest ale, are excited about this news having seen the 23-year-old excel at Euro 2016.
What are your thoughts Spurs fans?! Is Silva a bargain at £10 million? Where would he fit into your side for next season? Let us know in the comments below!
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