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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans react to Moussa Sissoko claim

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Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest claim to emerge regarding Lilywhites midfielder Moussa and a potential move away from the north London this summer.  

This comes after Spurs-focused Twitter account @TheSpursExpress shared a post on their page relaying news originally published in a report by The Times.

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The report claims that could follow in the footsteps of Toby Alderweireld this summer and join a in the Middle East after the Belgian recently joined Qatari Al-Duhail.

This post then quickly grabbed the attention of a lot of Tottenham fans, who were not shy in airing their thoughts on the matter.

So, what did these Spurs fans have to say in response to this claim about and a potential summer exit?

“Drive him there myself”

@DanGeorge94

“Please, man has to go, stupid wages for a terrible player”

@HotspurHooked

“He’s Gotta go he can do a job a good job … Just not as a footballer”

@StevieB_thfc

“Rebuild in force”

@marcb3381

“Should have been out already”

@Peopleschamp78

“Please.”

@germain07ii

“Don Paratici”

@rspence183

“Finally some good news”

@YungBerb

“This made my day”

@yadavnaman13

“Please be true, we are on our knees”

@torstein_thfc

Looking at the replies to this post, it seems as though these Spurs fans are very keen to see leave the club this summer, whether that be to a club in the Middle East as reported, or any other club.

Given how the Frenchman only managed to earn himself an overall season rating of 6.44/10 for his performances in the last season, making him one of the club’s lowest-rated players according to WhoScored, it’s easy to see why these supporters would be delighted to see him gone.

Should Moussa be the next player out the door at Spurs?

Yes

Yes

No

No

In our view, with Oliver Skipp impressing during his loan spell with Norwich City, perhaps he could prove himself to be a suitable replacement for if he does end up leaving the club this summer.

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