Date: 13th April 2021 at 6:35pm
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Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest piece of news concerning the north London club. 

This comes after Spurs news Twitter account @TranSPURS shared a post on their page relaying news originally published in an article from Eurosport.

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The article claims that the Spurs squad will “undergo a refresh in the summer” and that the Lilywhites “have been tracking” Fulham defender Joachim Andersen and are now “completely convinced of his attributes, following his very impressive season” at the club.

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Tottenham supporters who were not shy in sharing their responses to this latest update.

So, what did these have to say in response to this latest transfer news?

“get it done”

@_thfcjack

Fingers crossed would be my number 1 realistic target for the upcoming window. Reminds me a lot of Toby when he joined” 

@harrywebster32

“This is who I want top player”

@jme_900

“Andersen and Rodon is an exciting partnership”

@THFC1044

“Good news”

@COYSJordan94

“pay the money now so that he doesn’t have to travel back to France”

@Wordsmi59310739

Andersen, who is currently valued at £13.5 million, is on loan at Scott Parker’s side from French club Olympique Lyon until the end of the season.

Would you like to see Andersen sign for Spurs this summer?

Yes

Yes

No

No

Looking at the replies to this post, it seems that these Spurs fans would be delighted to see their club sign Andersen during the summer.

how Andersen has managed to earn himself a season rating of 6.84/10 for his performances in the Premier in a Fulham shirt, making him their fifth-highest rated player this season, shows just how well he’s fared at the club, despite them being in the relegation zone.

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