Angers president unsure about the future of Tottenham target Azzedine Ounahi
A player little-known before the recently concluded World Cup in Qatar, Ounahi impressed to such an extent in the tournament that he has been linked with so many top clubs in recent weeks.
Tottenham are one of the clubs linked with a move for the talented Moroccan with popular journalist Ben Jacobs revealing on the Last Word on Spurs’ YouTube channel that the player’s name is creeping in quite a bit in Spurs conversations.
The 22-year-old midfielder seems like a very well-rounded player. He seems to excel in all facets of the game and the way he dominated the Moroccan midfield in the World Cup was a sight to behold.
It is not one bit of surprise that Ounahi has been linked with a move away from Angers. With all respect to the French club, the Moroccan youngster seems too good to be playing there and deserves a big move away.
Speaking about the player’s future at the club, Chabane refused to rule out a move for the talented midfielder.
“The issue is not on the agenda. We will take decisions at the right time based on the negotiations.”
This has opened up the door for Tottenham to try and pursue Ounahi and secure a deal for him in the January transfer window. He can be the creative presence that Antonio Conte is craving for in midfield.
Whilst the likes of Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre Emile-Hojbjerg have been good for Spurs, they are more industrious than creative. All the burden has fallen on Harry Kane to drop deep and orchestrate play in attack.
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A player like Ounahi would be a solid signing for such a role. However, his adaptability to the Premier League is always a factor to take into consideration. Only time will tell if it actually works out for the Moroccan should he move to Tottenham.