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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans left furious as Dennis Cirkin news emerges

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A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have been left furious at a transfer claim to emerge on Twitter regarding their 19-year-old left-back, Dennis Cirkin. 

According to Football Insider, League One side Sunderland are in advanced talks with the north London side for the signing of the young defender.

Should Spurs sell or loan Cirkin?





It is believed the two clubs are in discussions over a potential permanent deal for the left-back, who is yet to make his Premier League debut but has made the top-flight squad on one occasion in the past (via Transfermarkt).

And despite making the bench in two of the Europa League games last season, it seems his future may now lie on Wearside as Sunderland look to address their desperate situation at full-back.

Spurs fans flooded to the tweet from Football Insider, which shed light on the potential deal for the 19-year-old which left Spurs fans absolutely furious.

What exactly did these Spurs fans have to say?

“This is the biggest mistake possible”

This is a bad move @SpursOfficial Cirkin needs a loan not to be sold”
“I am really not ok with this.”
“Levy got blood on his hands”
“I’m crushed :(“
“Gutted if he goes, I’ve been looking forward to him for couple of seasons, honestly thought that he might have got some cup games this year. Hope he does well for you if he does leave. Cracking lad by all accounts.”
“What is happening to our squad”

It seems the potential permanent deal has come as a surprise to these Spurs fans, as many had hoped any potential deal would only be on a loan basis.

However, when you consider Sergio Reguilon, Ryan Sessegnon and Ben Davies are all battling for the spot at left-back, you have to question whether there was a clear route for Cirkin to make his way into the side in the near future.

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