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Friday, 30 June 2017

Marco Reus and Chicharito


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There is someone on Twitter suggesting that Tottenham have been trying to sign 28-year-old (29 next May) Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder Marco Reus for £42 million.

The German international (he has full international caps, scoring 9 goals for his country) has a contract until 2019 but is injured until December with ruptured cruciate ligament!

According to German daily newspaper Bild, Tottenham are keen on signing 29-year-old (30 next June) Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernández who is believed to be available for £12 million. 

He is of course too old for our transfer policy, but could perhaps be a short term option to be sold in a year or two. West Ham United and French side Lyon are said to be interested.

I have always thought as a finisher he would fit in at Tottenham and if we sold Dutchman Vincent Janssen, I'd be happy with the ex-Manchester United forward. Hernández has just been playing for Mexico at the 2017 Confederations Cup. He has a year left on his contract.


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5 comments:

  1. Hernández would score goals for fun playing at spurs, unlike Janssen.

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  2. Get Hernandez, keep Janssen. Hernandez would bring an almost certain goal return that Janssen has lacked and keeping Janssen alone would be risky. So, Hernandez could cover for Kane. But his game is different enough to be able to play alongside Kane. Keep him a couple of seasons. Let Janssen learn from both Kane and Hernandez - he would still only be 24ish, could be eased in with less pressure on him in Cup games primarily. And be very well drilled in the team's tactics and movement.

    Just my opinion but I think that would work. I also believe that by the time Hernandez left, and Janssen was better adapted, another striker will have come through from the youth set-up. Giving a healthy strike force for the next six years and more.

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    1. I happen to agree with you, however Janssen might not as it would affect his chances in World Cup year. he needs consistent football and just cup games isn't going to cut it.

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  3. Agreed SP SP
    KiwiJonno

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