Stoke lead race for £7m Lennon

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Our longest-serving player could finally be on his way out of White Hart Lane in January if press reports are to be believed.

According to reports, Mauricio Pochettino is prepared to let Aaron Lennon leave the club if a valuation of £7million is met.

Lennon has made just three Premier League starts this campaign with the 27-year-old falling well down the pecking order at the club.

Mark Hughes and Stoke City are said to be interested in Lennon, who moved to Spurs from Leeds in 2005.  According to the report, West Ham, Leicester and West Brom are also said to be monitoring the winger’s situation.

Would you sell Aaron Lennon for £7m?  Have your say below

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  1. With a goal scoring rate of about 3 a season and a similar assist rate since arriving, and not being able to cross, I would let him go cheaper if it were guarenteed he was off, his one plus is in all his years at WHL he has learnt to track back whoopie for the lad.
    We have lots of under used midfielders, and we rarely use wingers properly anymore anyhow, so i hope not have to see him scampering across the turf hands akimbo into anymore cul de sacs tout suite.

  2. Don't sell your better players.
    Lennon is still one of the fast pacy players in EPL., who can still cause fear, when he is runnibg with d ball.
    A ' Good ' manager will only tweak him a little bit more, to get him play to his ' strengthens '.
    Poch….tweak him n play him, U Spurs still has cups to play for. There r 5 other players u can sell.
    Come On Ye Spurs.

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