Tottenham fans have only seen Kieran Trippier sold this summer, yet it seems he might not be the only one, as Club Brugge have offered Spurs £8m for Victor Wanyama, yet Levy, according to The Evening Standard, is holding out for £17m.
Club Brugge have entered into negotiations to sign Victor Wanyama but #thfc are demanding £17M for the midfielder. Club Brugge are willing to pay £8M. [Evening Standard]
— Hotspur Related (@HotspurRelated) August 21, 2019
Whether or not an injury-prone Wanyama is worth £17m or not is irrelevant, but with the two club’s prices very far apart at the moment, it’s hard to see a way that this deal can go ahead at present, although the Spurs fans have been having their say on what they think should happen.
You can see what they’ve got to say in the tweets below, but with Levy the man doing the business, notorious for being a tough negotiator, it’s hard to see a way that the club won’t get a tidy sum of money from their Kenyan midfield enforcer.
This is what the Lilywhites had to say:
Surely they wouldn’t pay his salary
— Chris (@harkus86) August 21, 2019
Both sides being a bit greedy here. Get the deal done!
— hoover (@danielhopper91) August 21, 2019
£8m? That’s a Levy lowball offer right there
— Oliver Collings (@oliver_collings) August 21, 2019
— Trevor Lloyd (@Trevorlloyd92) August 21, 2019
Just agree on 13
— Eren (@THFCEren) August 21, 2019
We’ll get 10m tops which would be an great deal!
— DeeBanks (@DeeBanks75) August 21, 2019
The fans all seem keen to get this deal done, and it’s up to Levy to make it happen at the right price.
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