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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Spurs pull plug on McGee deal so is Lopez deal dead?


The deal for 22-year-old (23 in September) Pau Lopez from Espanyol looks to be at a stalemate at the moment with the two clubs unable to agree a fee. Having seen him at first hand we ant a reduction in the original price and will be facing paying half a million if we can't agree.

Youngster Like McGee will be returning to parent club Spurs when his loan expires on 30 June.

The 21-year-old (22 in September) was on loan at Peterborough United last season and was magnificent for them. They looked at signing him permanently and then at a second season long loan option, but Tottenham have pulled the plug on any deal until August.

That rather suggests he is going to be needed as the number three at Tottenham next season and thus Lopez returning to the Barcelona based LaLiga side.

Peterborough director of football Barry Fry believes Spurs will sell McGee leaving our third spot open, which would then still have to be filled this summer. His opinion givs hope a Lopez deal may be resurrected.

“Spurs will probably sell McGee, but it won’t be until August, so we’ve moved on and identified somebody else. The Premier League club we’re talking to are waiting to sign a goalkeeper themselves, then it’ll happen.”

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