Report: Spurs midfielder will stay and fight for his place at the club

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ESPN report that Harry Winks will stay and fight for his place at Tottenham, despite receiving interest from fellow Premier League sides Aston Villa and Everton.

The 25-year-old central midfielder has found game time to be a rarity in the last couple of seasons, starting just nine league games for Spurs last time out.

Winks was also an unused substitute in last weekend’s 1-0 win against Manchester City but played the full match in Spurs’ Europa Conference League play-off first-leg defeat to Pacos de Ferreira.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding Winks’ future in north London, ESPN claim that he vows to fight to regain his position under Nuno Espirito Santo.

The report also adds that Spurs have not told Winks he is among those the club are desperate to sell, which could include Tanguy Ndombele who has again reiterated his desire to leave N17.

The academy graduate has been linked with a move across the Premier League to Aston Villa and Everton, while La Liga sides Sevilla and Valencia have previously shown an interest.

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It is a big call from Winks and Spurs to see if things can work out this season. His career at both club and international level have stalled for a couple of seasons now, so this campaign seems like last chance saloon if things are to work out again.

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  1. Harry winks should go and regain his confidence at a watford or brentford or Norwich on loan for a season I know he loves spurs so did Andres Townsend it’s no good sitting on the bench football is a short career and he seems a decent lad as well

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