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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans react to Daily Mail report on Serge Aurier

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Supporters of Tottenham Hotspur have recently reacted to a Daily Mail report regarding the future of Ivorian right-back Serge Aurier.

During their last Premier League outing, Spurs suffered their first league defeat of 2021 as they fell to a 3-1 loss against Liverpool (per Transfermarkt).

Following the game, it emerged that Aurier had stormed out of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at half-time against the Reds due to a disagreement with Jose Mourinho. It was claimed that teammates were ‘shocked’ at the full-back’s reaction to being removed after 45 minutes of action.

Late on Friday, a report by the Daily Mail later suggested that the Ivorian is ‘now fighting to save his career at the club’ after his outburst during the interval against Liverpool.

This claim was relayed on Twitter by Last Word On Spurs and Daily Hotspur and it had lots of supporters talking.

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So, what did these Spurs fans have to say about the claim on Serge Aurier’s future?

“Been on borrowed time all season tbh, should have gone all out for Max Aarons in the summer.”

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“Sounds like he wants a move Best time to kick transfer window”

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For his performance in the defeat against Jurgen Klopp’s side, the Ivorian defender was awarded a weak 4/10 match rating (as per

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“He’s a complete liability. It’s nothing new.”

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“What a joke”

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Over the duration of the season so far, Aurier has made 11 appearances for Tottenham in the Premier League, in which he has scored twice and assisted once (per WhoScored).

For his performances, the 28-year-old defender has earned an impressive 7.03/10 average rating, making him the third-best performer in the league for Spurs.

“Taxi for that liability………..”

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“Good riddance”

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As can be seen in these responses from Spurs fans, many of them slated Aurier after the report that he is now fighting to save his Tottenham career emerged.

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