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According to reports, Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is keen to recruit £10m rated West Ham midfielder Scott Parker.

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According to reports, Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is keen to recruit £10m rated West Ham midfielder Scott Parker.

Parker, who was recently awarded the FWA Player of the Year award, has been an ifluential figure in a West Ham squad that is on the brink of relelgation.

“Tottenham is Scott’s preferred choice and a deal will be done when West Ham are relegated. He would like nothing better than to stay up with West Ham” a source close to Parker said.

“But, in all honesty, that isn’t going to happen given the position the club find themselves in.”

Parker has been with the East London side for four years having signed from Newcastle United in 2007. 

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Transfer news: Tottenham an option for Real Madrid star ahead of possible January move

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Tottenham an option for Gareth Bale in the January transfer window

Gareth Bale has been in decent form for Real Madrid this season. The 30-year-old has won several trophies with the La Liga giants but has never really had a great relationship with the supporters.

Calciomercato adds that the Welsh attacker has been unhappy with the appointment of Zinedine Zidane, and the French manager is in his second stint at the club.

Bale has scored two goals and has a couple of assists for Real this season, however, the 30-year-old will leave the club in January (h/t Calciomercato).

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Gareth Bale celebrates for Wales

The report adds that Bale has the option to return to England with Tottenham as a destination, while Manchester United are also linked with the player. The Welsh attacker was close to moving to China in the summer and could still see that happen in January (h/t Calciomercato).

Spurs need to make signings soon

Tottenham need to sign players and it will be interesting to see our plan of action in January. Bale could be a decent option for us, but his wages are on the higher side and he is ageing.

The Wales international can play in several positions and could bolster our attack. However, Spurs could do with someone who provides longevity to the team.

Tanguy Ndombele celebrates after scoring for Tottenham

Our recent signings have been players with potential and hopefully, we get the right stars soon.

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We need to turn things around quickly and have to beat Watford after the international break.

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London rivals keen on landing Tottenham starlet in the January window

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Crystal Palace keen on loan move for Kyle Walker-Peters

Kyle Walker-Peters seems set for a loan move in the January window, according to the Sun. The 22-year-old has featured in four games for Tottenham this season but hasn’t played for us since the Carabao Cup exit at the hands of Colchester United.

Walker-Peters started the season as our first-choice right-back but Spurs have tried Davinson Sanchez, Moussa Sissoko and Serge Aurier in that position too.

Kyle Walker-Peters (L)

The report claims that Crystal Palace are keen on the 22-year-old Englishman, and it will be interesting to see if we let him leave.

A questionable call from Tottenham?

Tottenham are already light on recognised right-backs after failing to replace Kieran Trippier. The Englishman has done a great job at Atletico Madrid and has been recalled by Gareth Southgate for the national side.

Letting Walker-Peters go would leave Aurier as the only natural right-back at the club while Juan Foyth can also play in that position.

Serge Aurier
Serge Aurier celebrates scoring for Tottenham

However, Aurier has been inconsistent since his arrival at Tottenham and the Ivorian has his injury problems too. Palace could offer Walker-Peters regular games but we shouldn’t let him leave unless a replacement is in store.

Tottenham’s defence has been a cause for concern this season and we have shipped 10 goals in our last two games.

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The right-back position has been a problem area this season, and the team needs new signings in the January window.

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“We were meant to be having a rebuild” – Some fans react with surprise after Tottenham announce fifth signing of the season

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Tottenham fans in shock as Michel Vorm is resigned by Spurs

Tottenham allowed several stars to leave in the summer as a part of their squad shake-up. Michel Vorm and Fernando Llorente were the two big names that left for free, however, the former didn’t play much last season.

The former Swansea star was replaced as the No.2 by Paulo Gazzaniga and didn’t sign for another club after leaving us.

However, the Dutch keeper is back at Tottenham after signing a deal until the end of the season. The 35-year-old should provide cover for Gazzaniga after Hugo Lloris was ruled out until the end of the year.

Michel Vorm
Michel Vorm

The Tottenham captain dislocated his elbow in the 3-0 loss at Brighton and is undergoing rehabilitation.

Vorm was in contact with Spurs

The new Spurs signing gave a lengthy interview to the club’s website and told that he was watching the game where Lloris picked up the injury.

The Dutchman was in contact with Jan Vertonghen and our goalkeeping coach Toni Jimenez. Vorm revealed that he was asked during the week if he wanted to return, and things took off from there.

The former Swansea star does provide a lot of experience to the team, and we need that after a difficult season. However, it is a questionable decision to re-sign the keeper after letting him leave for nothing in the summer.

It was fortunate he wasn’t registered with another club or we would have had to find another free agent or wait until January to make a move.

Vorm is out fifth signing of the season, and possibly the most unexpected one. Many Spurs fans were shocked with the Dutchman’s return and here are some of the reactions from Twitter.

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German giants see Tottenham star as a cheaper alternative for Brazilian midfielder

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Bayern Munich see Christian Eriksen as cheaper option than Philippe Coutinho

Bayern Munich are the latest giants to be linked with Christian Eriksen, according to Sport 1 (h/t Sky Sports).

The Bundesliga giants have a fantastic squad at hand but are interested in landing the Dane, who is a free agent in the summer.

The report adds that the Bavarians will fight Real Madrid for the signature of Eriksen. However, the Dane is open to leaving London for Munich (h/t Sky Sports).

The Tottenham star is one of the most creative players in the Premier League, and Bayern see him as a replacement for a summer signing.

Eriksen to replace Coutinho?

Philippe Coutinho had a woeful time at Barcelona and was allowed to join Bayern on loan in the summer.

However, the Germans see Eriksen as a cheaper option to Coutinho and he could be signed for nothing in January (h/t Sky Sports).

The Dane could do a great job at Bayern but Coutinho has had a decent start to his career in Germany.

The Brazilian has two goals and two assists from six Bundesliga games and was one of the stars during the Copa America. Eriksen, for his part, has struggled for form this season and only has one goal and an assist.

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Eriksen wanted to try something in the summer, and it will be interesting to see where he plays next season.

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