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Tottenham Hotspur told to accept ‘any’ offer to offload defender who had ‘unsuccessful’ 2022-23 season

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Tottenham Hotspur urged to sell Joe Rodon

Tottenham Hotspur loanee Joe Rodon has played an influential part in Leeds’ championship success this season, having played 34 of the 37 games for Daniel Farke’s side.

Leeds United returned to the top two of the Championship table following a win against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend. Daniel Farke’s side now sit second in the table with only a three-point gap to league leaders Leicester City and the Whites will fancy their chances to bring the Championship title to Elland Road with just nine games to spare.

Tottenham Hotspur urged to sell Joe Rodon.
Joe Rodon has been important for Leeds United this season. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

Leeds are looking to make the loan move a permanent one and are urging Daniel Levy to accept a fee of around £ 10-13 million for Rodon. Tottenham are keen on letting go of the 26-year-old in the upcoming summer transfer window and Leeds United have been a strong contender for his signature.

Making Rodon’s loan a permanent move is what Tottenham Hotspur expert John Wenham believes Daniel Levy should do when the summer comes around.

Tottenham Hotspur urged to sell Joe Rodon.
John Wenham believes Daniel Levy should learn from his past mistakes.

Wenham speaking to Tottenham News (h/t Yorkshire Evening Post)has this to say:

“Tottenham’s decision to sell Rodon this summer will be down to whether or not Levy has learned from his past mistakes,”

“I think they would be doing well to receive a fee of anywhere between £10-13million, and should just accept any deal in this range. It is a far higher fee than they would have got last summer after Rodon’s unsuccessful loan spell in France with Stade Rennais F.C.”

Given that we have Cristian Romero, Micky van de Ven and Radu Dragusin, Tottenham can afford to sell Rodon. That money can be used to bring in a fourth centre back who is more suited to Ange Postecoglou’s style.

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Spurs signed Joe Rodon from Swansea City in 2020 for an undisclosed fee believed to be a deal worth an initial £11m rising to £15m. Levy will be looking to at least recoup the fee that he paid to the Swans if he were to sell Joe to Leeds.

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