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Tottenham Hotspur: Many fans buzzing with links to Kessie

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A whole host of Tottenham Hotspur fans have flocked to Twitter to show their excitement at links to Franck Kessie.

The AC Milan midfielder reportedly wants to extend his stay at the San Siro, however, the club and his agent appear to be quite far apart in terms of reaching an agreement that works for both parties.

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This has led to Spurs seeing their name linked with a move for the Ivory Coast international they continue attempts to freshen up their midfield, with the introduction of Oliver Skipp this season and suggestions that Moussa Sissoko could depart this summer.

Italian journalist Rudy Galetti has claimed Spurs are on the trail of the midfielder, with Milan apparently making plans to replace him should Tottenham be successful in bringing him to north London.

A lot of Spurs fans are delighted on Twitter with the new surrounding interest in Kessie.

What have these Tottenham fans been saying?

“Get this man he would be a great signing”

@LewisTitmuss

“The scenes.”

@ArchieMaxwell4

“LET’S GO, dk where we would fit him tho”

@stah_xx

“This guy would be a game-changer for us”

@EGadenneTHFC

“He would be unreal”

@EHotspurs

“If this is true – I think that he would be a great signing for Spurs but also a terrible loss for Milan. He was midfielder of the Season last Season. On I have watched every Milan game he has played. Before the pandemic he was a flop but since he has been brilliant.”

@dougbagleyfdl

“Kessie is easily top 5 mids in the world what are u on”

@elhusseiniahmad

Kessie was a large influence on Milan’s side last season, with 13 goals and six assists from midfield, which highlights how well he performed in an AC Milan team that managed to qualify for the Champions League and finished the campaign behind city rivals Inter in second place.

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The midfielder could be set to leave the San Siro next summer for free his contract is set to expire in 12 months’ time and that would be some coup for any top club to bring in an experienced midfielder in Italy and Europe for no transfer fee.

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