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Tottenham in danger of losing midfielder

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With all the talk of Gareth Bale staying or maybe leaving, several players’ futures have slipped through the cracks and with a squad trimming planned of up to a reported ten players we could be seeing a new look Tottenham next term after a strong season last year.

Out of all the players rumoured to be potentially sold including their two main forwards Jermain Defoe and Adebayor, even Tom Huddlestone, it’s the rumours about Scott Parker that shock me most. A cornerstone for any team, at 32 years old, yes he’s aging, but Parker’s game has never been about pace or trickery or even attacking. Scott Parker is a classic English midfield general who gives his all, and in this day and age it’s always an advantage to have a player who’s going to give you one hundred per cent every time he crosses the white line onto the football pitch.

Available for around a merge £4 million and without trying to sound like a touting agent, would fit the bill for any top table side. Sunderland have already reportedly lodged an interest and with Paolo Di Canio desperate to  stamp his own mark on his side, I’m sure Parker would more than fit the profile, adding discipline and shoring up a leaky back four. There are other options though, obviously to stay at Tottenham would be one, but with other options in the centre or midfield, Andre Villas-Boas would lean more so to the younger players in his squad. West Ham could be another option, his time at the east end club was cherished by fans and to see him in claret and blue again would more than excite The Irons fans.

So with only one team putting forward their initial interest for the midfielder so far, but with nothing concrete as of yet, Parker’s future will only be gossip and uncertain, but whatever his decision, his ability will be an all-round asset to his employers.

By Michael King


3 thoughts on “Tottenham in danger of losing midfielder”

  1. What shocks u about parker going wiyh sandro back snd probably paulinho coming in we would be stupid to keep a player who last season was obviously showing his age and form dipping ok great tackler but made a number of mistakes ran round in circles and passes that either did not penetrate or gived it away sorry It would make sence to say bye simple s as that

  2. Parker was poor in the last half of the season. gave the ball away far too Much and of the type of game spurs are trying to play just not up to it.

  3. Firstly the 10 come from the Metro and were invented bu the idiot with the hair cut. Secondly Scott parker was good when he had to tackle and give the ball. That is not the role now. He has to be a box to box player and last season he showed he couldn't do it.

    He would not fit in any top side in the country, Chelsea for instance don't play with the traditional English, as you put it, player there but a box to box player in Ramirez. Arsenal have Arteta.

    He is surplus to requirement and a £4 million deal for an ageing player is good business.

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