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Tottenham Hotspur: Many fans fuming at Romano update on Aouar

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A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans are furious on Twitter following Fabrizio Romano’s update on links to Houssem Aouar.

Romano tweeted out on Wednesday evening that Aouar was ‘not a priority‘ signing for at the minute.

This could be down to the club struggling to sell some of their own central midfielders, despite links claiming Moussa Sissoko and Tanguy Ndombele could be set for the exit door.

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Aouar has been linked with a move to Spurs this summer, with Lyon reportedly looking to cash in on their club captain as Juninho, Lyon’s director of sport, believes Aouar and other players have an attitude problem.

Many fans are angry on Twitter following Romano’s update.

What have these Tottenham fans been saying?

“ENIC are an absolute joke”

@ricospur

“I’m absolutely speechless. Who looks at that midfield and thinks Aouar isn’t a priority”

@SpursyFTBL

“Ridiculous, champions of net spend, you’ll never sing that”

@DanReilly_25

Aouar is not a priority?!? We have zero creativity in central midfield and Ndombele doesn’t even want to be here I thought Paratici was supposed to be top-drawer”

@davidoddy

“Because yet another winger is far more important than a 2nd striker or a playmaker”

@oi_pike

@SpursOfficial wake up”

@ThfcAmin

In the two Premier League games that Nuno Espirito Santo has taken charge of as manager, they have scored just one goal in each of them, which could highlight a lack of a creative spark – something Harry will be hoping to receive.

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Bringing in someone like Aouar appears to depend on the future of club-record signing Ndombele, who has reportedly told the club that he wants to leave this summer, with Bayern Munich reportedly interested, although no bids have been forthcoming so far.

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