Winger deal dead for Spurs?

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Tottenham Hotspur may have to look elsewhere in their pursuit for a winger after Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson claimed that Wilfried Zaha is “going nowhere for four years”.

Zaha has been linked with a move to Tottenham continually since the end of last season and rumours gathered momentum when the 25-year-old Ivory Coast international was apparently refusing to sign a new deal with the Premier League strugglers.

While we are crying out for natural width, we have been linked with a host of wingers including Bordeaux’s Malcom who is becoming the modern-day Leandro Damiao in terms of how frequent he is being tipped to join us.

Zaha would be a brilliant signing for us, he is proven Premier League quality, even though he suffered a blip in his career at Manchester United.  However, the prospect of Levy spending upwards of £70million just isn’t going to happen.

Hodgson said: “What people seem to forget with Wilf is he has got a four-year contract.

“There is speculation every year around Messi and Ronaldo too. He is our player for the next four years and the club has got no interest or desire to sell him.”

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Roy talking bull as usual if Zaha want`s to move he will get a move every player is available at the right price , if Zaha`s desire`s and ambition`s are to the fore he will move Roy has no say and Crystal Palace are a selling club the director`s and owner`s have the final say if they are prepared to sell or not a huge fee in the bank account would wilt any club ask Ronaldo £105,000,000 for one of the best player`s in the world and at 36 / 37 year`s of age cannot be turned down even for the so called biggest club in the world .

  2. I say if Saha is content where he is good luck to him. I would like to see him at Spurs but not at any other top six PL clubs.

  3. LOL, there goes another top target they’ve been after for months, what a waste of time that was. Levy seems really good at wasting time on players we’ll never sign. Who can answer how many players we’ve been after and not got?

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