It has long been speculated in recent weekend weeks that David Villa could soon be joining the striking ranks at Tottenham Hotspur before the transfer window closes at the start of September. If he will actually end up at WHL or not is a mystery, but in fact it seems to be the best option we have available to us, currently.
After the end of another disappointing season for our strikers (Defoe and Adebayor) together contributing over 17 goals. It is not hard to imagine that the club is looking for a world class striker, seeking to improve our form in front of goal in final third that will certainly cost us a place in the Champions League, football betting how to win has to be our primary aim this season to finish in the top four. With names like Leandro Damaio, Negredo and Benteke also being linked to a move to AVB’s side, the odds are good.
Among these, one name stands out. David Villa the Spanish 31-year-old who is currently representing his country in the Confederations Cup and is the most experienced of these names. The only World Cup and European Cup winner among the list of rumoured targets has shown glimpses of his talent and what he could bring to our side during the tournament in Brazil.
Despite Villa’s relatively high salary, which would be above our usual wage expectations at Tottenham and taking into consideration we’ve had little to no success in trying to land Leandro Damiao – Villa is the best name for the Spurs.
He is prolific in front of goal and can also link up with his midfield to unlock even the tightest of defences with a splitting pass which is something that we have had difficulty with over the past season.
With everything considered, David Villa must be Tottenham Hotspur’s main striking target this summer if we are serious about breaking back into the Champions League.
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