Date: 1st January 2021 at 12:45pm
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A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have flocked to a tweet that was recently posted by Spurs-focused Twitter account @LastWordOnSpurs which relayed Le10sport’s claim that Lilywhites manager Jose Mourinho is interested in signing Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos. 

Mourinho previously managed Ramos during his time at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu which lasted from July 2010 until the end of June 2013. Only four players made more appearances for Los Blancos than Ramos did during Mourinho’s tenure as Madrid boss and together, they won one Spanish Cup, one Spanish Super Cup and one La Liga title. 

With the four-time UEFA Champions League winner’s contract set to expire at the end of the season, the Portuguese coach is said to be ‘ready to get his former player back,’ per Le10sport.

So, how have these Tottenham Hotspur fans reacted to this news? 

This reported news drew a mixed reaction from fans of the north London club. Though some Spurs fans shared that they’d love to see their club sign Ramos, plenty of other Lilywhites supporters simply indicated that they don’t think their club has much of a chance of signing the Spaniard. 

“Abeg”

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“It would be a dream actually”

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“Stop with this rumour. He wants to stay at Madrid and after his previous time with Mourinho if he were to leave it won’t be to us”

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“Let’s be real, there’s no chance he would come to us, for him that’s a major downgrade”

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“We’ll never get him”

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“Its not happening, get over it”

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Do you think Spurs will sign Ramos?

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“No way can we pull this off, not even worth thinking about it, we are nobodies to Ramos even with Mourinho juice”

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“not a chance even the mourinho juice ain’t that big”

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“No way can we pull this off, not even worth thinking about it, we are nobodies to Ramos even with Mourinho juice”

Credit: @SpursJimmyy

All in all, it seems as though plenty of Spurs fans are wary of getting their hopes up too much about the 2010 World Cup winner moving to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.