Mason set to leave in £10m deal to Hull?

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Mauricio Pochettino is ready to sell midfielder Ryan Mason, 25, with newly promoted Hull keen to sign him for £10m according to the Sun on Sunday.

Mason’s performances last season have divided the opinions of Tottenham supporters with many thinking that it is best that he moves on in a bid to get regular first-team football.

The emergence of Dele Alli, Eric Dier along with the recent signing of Victor Wanyama have all but likely signalled the end for Mason’s chances of playing at Spurs – and we haven’t even mentioned the likes of Mousa Dembele.

At 25, Mason needs to move on.  I personally feel that he doesn’t bring enough to influence a game and relies too much on passing the ball sideways or trying to act as a hard man which is fails miserably at.

If he were to join Hull, he would be joining former Spurs midfielders Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore, Hull are my tip to be relegated at the end of the season and I’ve used my Betfair promo code to put a few quid on.

For £10million, I’d even drive him to Hull.   Bournemouth are also said to be keen.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. agreed he will find playing time limited but he's done his bit for spurs with spot on attitude, a true yid, hopefully carve out a decent career in prem/championship… good luck to him..and took one for team with class sunderland goal which kmackered his season..

  2. When I first read about this as a rumour a few weeks ago I thought OK, but if what you say about him being a sideways passer I am not sure. We already have enough players at Hull who don't attempt to move forward, another will not help. Regards the ex Spurs we have, the Thudd is a great passer of the ball though rather slow, Jake tries most games and Michael Dawson is a great leader, if we get many more of your players another name change may be needed, any ideas. Good luck for the coming season, and please finish in front of the over entitled Arsenal mob.

  3. He has never been played in the correct position.

    He always scored loads of goals in the past and should be playing as an attacking midfielder, rather than a box to box player with defensive duties. The same applies to Tom Carroll who also scored a high number of goals.

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