Plenty of Tottenham Hotspur supporters have reacted to the news that Harry Winks is reportedly keen on a move to La Liga ahead of the 2021/22 season.
It has been reported by Spanish media outlet Sport that Winks is a ‘big fan’ of La Liga, and will insist on a move to a ‘big Spanish club’ in the summer transfer window.
The Daily Mail had previously revealed that Winks was a target for Spanish side Valencia, but Spurs reportedly rejected the loan offer for his services.
Winks has made 21 appearances in total for Spurs this season, but has struggled for consistent starts in recent weeks, with Jose Mourinho opting to start with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Tanguy Ndombele instead.
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Tottenham Hotspur find themselves 20 points adrift of league-leaders Manchester City with 15 matches remaining this term, which is something they’ll be looking to address at the earliest of opportunities.
Spurs are set to take on London rivals West Ham United in their next match, where Winks will be pushing for a start in Mourinho’s side on Sunday, in what is likely to be a tricky test.
A number of Spurs fans were quick to take to social media to react to the news of Winks’ reported wishes heading towards the conclusion of this year’s campaign.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
“Who’s driving him to the airport?”
“I don’t think he is good enough. He can’t even start for us. How is he going to play for Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico?”
“I insist that you go.”
“Big Spanish club? Not good enough for the top 3.”
“Would love to see the back of him. Although i thought he would be more suited to League One.”
“Take the cash and run”
“This is beautiful news.”
“Oh please god let him go I beg”
“Please be true”
Winks, who is valued at €40m (£36m) by CIES Football Observatory, is currently down the pecking order under Mourinho and has started only six Premier League matches this season with just of those two matches coming since the turn of the year, via Transfermarkt.
The 24-year-old could be well suited to La Liga football considering former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino compared him to ex-Barcelona great Andres Iniesta back in September 2018.
Whether Lilywhites chairman Daniel Levy will be enticed into a sale over the £75k-per-week star very much remains to be seen – only time will tell.