Date: 29th June 2021 at 7:30am
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Steve Bull has described Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks as “top-class” when asked whether he could replace at next season, with the veteran being linked with a return to FC Porto.

Winks, an England international with more than 100 Premier League appearances under his belt, is likely to be surplus to requirements in north , and one of many players that could leave Spurs this summer.

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Having been a regular starter under Mauricio Pochettino and during the early stages of ’s reign, the 25-year-old slipped down the pecking order last season, with Moussa Sissoko and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg ahead of him in Mourinho’s side.

When you factor in a return to the first-team for Oliver Skipp, Winks’ chances are unlikely to improve next term, regardless of who Tottenham appoint as their next manager.

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Winks was linked with a loan to Everton in the past but Wolves would also represent a solid move for the midfielder, and legendary striker Bull is a fan of the Tottenham man having been asked if he could replace Moutinho.

He exclusively told This is Futbol:

“He’s a top-class player, so if Tottenham don’t want him, why don’t they want him? Obviously, it’s one of them.”

Winks is in desperate need of regular following a frustrating campaign, and in a Wolves side that has plenty of exciting players, he could do a lot worse than moving to Molineux.