Could this Wolves man be the ideal Dembele replacement?

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Tottenham Hotspur must soon plan for life without Mousa Dembele, as the Belgian’s contract runs out at the end of the season.

There are no signs that the midfield powerhouse will sign a new deal, and will likely leave on a free after many years in North London.

In truth, Tottenham have been without the Dembele they know and love for a year or so now, as his injury problems have proved more and more prevalent.

Spurs will need to think about splashing the cash for a replacement soon, especially after failing to buy any players in the summer window.

One man who HITC believe could be the ideal player for the job is Wolves’ youngster Morgan Gibbs-White.

The midfield maestro has been an absolute revelation for Wolverhampton so far this campaign, especially in his start against Chelsea this week.

The 18-year-old set up the equalising goal on his first Prem start as his side won 2-1.

With many similar qualities to Dembele, should Spurs go in for the young man?

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Keep dreaming spurs, why would Wolves sell one of our star players to you, he is already playing at a massive club with very,very ambitious owners and a brilliant Manager, we don’t need the money has our owners are one of the richest in the UK, in fact they could probably buy spurs and have them as a feeder club.
    Has our CEO Laurie Dalrymple said months ago that we are not bringing players through for other clubs to benefit, now if the want to offer Kane plus say£50 million we might listen!

  2. Well said John Davies. All the Big Six want is to weaken the other teams so that they will reign supreme. By the way Spurs must look for talent from their own Acedemy.

  3. You can put a bid in if you wish, but a couple of points:
    a) You can’t afford him.
    b)He wouldn’t leave to go to such a tin pot club anyway.
    So dream on.

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