Joachim Andersen has claimed that he wants to concentrate on his football in Sampdoria and think about his future in the summer.
“I really just concentrate on being here, and then we have to see what happens this summer.”
The Dane further added that playing time was important for him, and he could remain at Sampdoria for another season.
The defender found it difficult to select a league which he liked the most but highlighted that a club needs to have the right plan for him:
“It’s hard to say [which is my favourite league]. England, Spain or Italy. But it comes mostly to the club, which must have a good plan for me, and it must make sense in the long term.
Tottenham could do with another quality centre-back in the side given Toby Alderweireld can leave on the cheap in the summer (h/t Football.london). The Belgian’s contract was extended by a year but he could leave for £25m before the last two weeks of the summer transfer window (h/t Football.london).
Spurs haven’t signed players in the last two transfer windows, but that has to change if we are to make the team better. Andersen could be a decent addition to the side.
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