Tottenham gains additional time to complete a Premier League trade as “negotiations continue”

Aug 31, 2023

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LONDON, England – Tottenham is still working to bolster their roster before the transfer market closes, but Tosin Adarabioyo has been the subject of an intriguing development. The center-back participated in individual training on Monday, signalling his impending exit after announcing his intention to leave the team. To avoid the possibility of Adarabioyo being a free agent next summer when his contract expires in 2024, his present club, Fulham, has been aggressively looking for a suitable destination for him in response to his wish for a transfer.

According to reports, Adarabioyo has discussed a potential move across London with Tottenham. After AS Monaco initially backed out of the agreement earlier in August, only to restart talks later, the negotiations gained momentum.

The ability of Tottenham to provide Fulham with players who fit their needs is crucial to these negotiations and might give the north London club an advantage in acquiring Adarabioyo’s services.

Intriguingly, there are signs that Fulham may be interested in Tottenham players as a swap. Eric Dier stands out among the rumored targets because his qualifications and present health seem to be a match for Marco Silva’s squad.

The impending transfer window shutting makes everything more urgent for everyone involved. Adarabioyo’s probable move would be a dramatic change in his career, putting him alongside one of London’s football’s biggest clubs. Adarabioyo’s skill set and experience, on the other side, might greatly benefit Tottenham as they work toward improving their defensive lineup.

Football fans are watching the negotiations with bated breath and eagerly anticipating the results. Tottenham’s desire to bolster its squad is intertwined with Adarabioyo’s determination to seek out fresh opportunities and Fulham’s strategic transfer considerations. Only time will be able to tell how these complex maneuvers will function in relation to the bigger picture of football.

Dier, 29, a former Sporting Lisbon player who joined the club in 2014, has missed Postecoglou’s sides’ first three Premier League contests. After making more than 350 appearances, he might depart the team.

According to sources, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are unexpected competitors for his services, so convincing him to sign with Fulham this summer may be difficult.

Spurs have already spent more than £100 million on Van de Ven, James Maddison, and Guglielmo Vicario this summer after selling Harry Kane to Bayern Munich for the same figure. And it might be a wise move for Spurs if Daniel Levy can negotiate a deal at a discount and get rid of Dier or Sanchez.

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