Tottenham’s Summer Transfer Targets

Jose Mourinho’s first Summer transfer window at Spurs is sure to create plenty of activity in the coming weeks. The club have already been linked with a number of players prior to this disjointed Premier League season reaching its conclusion, and some names are getting fans particularly excited. Here are the players that look most likely to be going the Jose revolution!

Kim Min-jae
Currently plying his trade with Beijing Guoan FC in the Chinese Super League, Kim Min-jae’s name has been mentioned in connection with Tottenham Hotspur for quite some time now. The 23 year old centre back is nicknamed ‘Monster’ due to his dominant style of play and impressive performance at online casinos. Min-jae has an abundance of pace for a man his size, and is very capable with the ball at his feet with his distribution a real attribute. A fee believed to be in the region of £15m is roughly what it will take to secure the South Korean’s services.

Geoffrey Kondogbia
Another story which has grown legs is that linking Valencia’s Geoffrey Kondogbia with a move to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Kondogbia has a wealth of experience at the top level having played at Sevilla, Monaco and Inter Milan, prior to joining his current outfit Valencia. The fact he has never really settled anywhere would be a slight concern, but a couple of solid seasons in the middle of the park would be most welcome if Kondogbia’s wage demands are not excessive. Having previously represented France at international level before making the switch to the Central African Republic, Kondogbia will no doubt have played at meilleur casino en ligne.

Jack Grealish
Having apparently been close to a move to Tottenham previously, it would be no surprise to see Jack Grealish make the trip south to join up with Jose. By far Aston Villa’s most successful player over the past few seasons, the diminutive 24 year old would be an exciting addition to the Spurs midfield. Jack Grealish is beating opponents, creating chances and scoring goals. Although Daniel Levy is likely to have to pay a premium to secure his services, Grealish would be my preferred option of the crop of names currently being linked with the club.

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