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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans flock to news about Harry Winks

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Many fans have been talking about a news update involving Harry Winks that emerged on social media.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano recently spoke about the situation of Harry Winks and his future at Tottenham. The journalist stated on his Twitch channel that there is a possibility that the midfielder could go to Everton this summer.

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This comes some time after it was reported that Aston Villa have an interest in the midfielder this summer, while Manchester United are also thought to be among his potential suitors.

Romano’s update regarding Winks was relayed on Twitter by The Spurs Web. Many fans made their views clear about it.

What did Spurs fans make of this news?

“I’ll drive him there myself.”

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“Nah Paratici can have my children.”

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“Best transfer window ever if this happens.”

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“This is amazing news”

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“Omds don’t gassssss meee.”

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“Please be true.”

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“What a window.”

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These Spurs fans are happy to let Winks leave and it appears they wouldn’t mind him joining another Premier League club.

It has been stated that Spurs are open to letting the midfielder leave this summer, which shows that he might not be in their plans.

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Last season, he wasn’t regularly involved in the club’s first team and he didn’t grab a rating for the Lilywhites, with his 6.37 rating ranking joint-third-last in the team.

So considering he has fallen out of favour, if Spurs feel they can afford to let him leave and earn a good fee, they could replace him with a better player, which could be of benefit to all concerned.

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