Steve Bull has described Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks as “top-class” when asked whether he could replace Joao Moutinho at Wolves 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 London, 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 Jose Mourinho’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.
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 football 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.