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Tottenham: Sevilla chief makes contact for Lucas Moura

Tottenham: Sevilla chief makes contact for Lucas Moura -Tottenham Hotspur Transfer Rumours

A report from Spain has shared the latest on Tottenham Hotspur winger Lucas Moura and his possible mooted exit from the Premier League giants.

The Lowdown: Lucas Moura’s deal expiring…

The Brazilian’s current Spurs deal expires in 2023, and while the club have the option of a one-year extension, reports suggest that he could well be on the move after nearly half a decade in north London.

Signing from Paris-Saint Germain in January 2018, Lucas has gone on to make more than 200 appearances for Spurs in all competitions whilst forever cementing his status into club folklore.

His 2019 heroics in the Champions League semi-finals against Ajax prompted then-Lilywhites boss Mauricio Pochettino to call the winger a ‘superhero’, and whatever happens, supporters will always have that fond hat-trick memory.

The Latest: Sevilla chief makes contact…

According to reports from Spain, it appears that Sevilla chief Monchi has made an approach to sign the 30-year-old.

Vamos Mi Sevilla claim that the La Liga official has ‘already contacted’ Tottenham as he looks to sign Lucas on a temporary deal for the second half of this season.

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This comes as the Tottenham forward opens the door to a potential transfer, hinting that he is open to the possibility of joining Sevilla in an interview.

He stated: “I didn’t know about Sevilla’s interest, but it’s a club that I like and a city that they speak very highly of. Playing in LaLiga would be something fantastic for me, because I like it a lot.”

The Verdict: Let him go?

A loan spell in Spain is arguably what Lucas needs in order to recapture some fitness and rediscover his best form.

Struggling with injuries and a subsequent lack of game-time recently, it seems like a hard and long road into Antonio Conte’s starting XI, and a loan move to Sevilla may be the best thing for all concerned.

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