Date: 14th January 2021 at 5:35pm
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Fans of Tottenham Hotspur have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relayed news about Spurs transfer target, Marcel Sabitzer.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham ‘are interested’ in signing RB Leipzig midfielder Sabitzer this month, along with ‘many’ other clubs, however, the German side ‘want to keep’ the £31.5 million-rated 26-year-old.

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So far this season, the Austria international has highly impressed over his 11 Bundesliga appearances for Julian Nagelsmann’s team, scoring three goals and providing one assist, while averaging a WhoScored match rating of 7.01 – ranking him as the club’s sixth-best performer in the German top flight.

And, after Daily Hotspur relayed Romano’s claim on Twitter, fans of Spurs flocked to have their say on the matter, with many begging for Daniel Levy to get a deal for the midfielder over the line, while others took a rather more negative view on the update.

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So, what exactly did these Tottenham Hotspur fans have to say in reaction to the news regarding Marcel Sabitzer?

“Levy do your magic I beg”

@thfcelso

“Pain.”

@thfchuang

“Six more months of Winks and Sissoko”

@RKavanagh16

Need him now no ball retention in that midfield.”

@tomb01o

“Sabitzer is gettable. Hes rejected a new contract. He clearly fancies a move away. If levy watches the games like he says he does, he must see we could do with getting him in now. Might be too late in the summer”

@JgNabil

“After yesterday, I don’t see how we can argue that in order to press on and challenge for the title this year, we don’t need him and can try our luck in the summer. Strike while the iron is hot.”

@DAcaverly

All in all, it would appear that the vast majority of these Tottenham fans want their club to make a move for Sabitzer in January, with some stating their belief that, if the club left their move until the summer, they risk missing out on the midfielder, while others appeared resigned to their club not signing the 26-year-old.