Date: 29th December 2020 at 8:30am
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Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest piece of transfer news concerning the north London club. 

This comes after Spurs-focused Twitter account @TheSpursExpress shared a post relaying news originally published in an article from the Evening Standard.

The article, which focused on the potential transfer business the Lilywhites could do in the January window, claimed that Spurs manager Jose Mourinho “is keeping an eye on Sergio Ramos’ situation at Real Madrid, with the veteran out of contract in the summer”.

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This post then gathered a lot of replies from Spurs fans, who were not shy in airing their thoughts on a potential move for Ramos in January.

So, what did these Spurs fans have to say about this transfer news on Jose Mourinho and Sergio Ramos? 

“Best defender of all time, get it done.”


“Levy masterclass incoming…”




“Don’t do this to me please”


“Now there is a winner. Would be a great signing”


“Best transfer in our history, i fully approve of this.”


“Oh my days”


The 34-year-old, who is currently valued at £12.6 million, signed to Madrid back in August 2005 from Sevilla for a fee of £24.3 million.

Since then, the defender has made 665 appearances for Madrid across all competitions, scoring 100, assisting 40 and winning a plethora of titles along the way.

Would you take Sergio Ramos at Spurs in January?





Looking at the replies to this post, it appears that these Spurs fans would be delighted if their club managed to sign Ramos in January.

Considering how much top-level football the defender has under his belt and the experience he has playing under Mourinho, it’s understandable why these Spurs fans would want the pair to be reunited in north London.

In our view, if Spurs managed to sign Ramos in January, he would only improve their defensive strength – which they may need to do seeing as WhoScored claims their weaknesses include protecting leads and defending set-pieces.