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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans react as Adama Traore claim emerges

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A lot of have flooded to to share their frustrations at the latest transfer claim to emerge regarding their club. 

According to The Telegraph, the Lilywhites initially offered Wolverhampton Wanderers a fee of £5m for a one-year loan with no option to buy for Adama Traore.

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The report suggests that bid was quickly rejected with the north London club returning to the Midlands club with a £30m bid to purchase the Spaniard which was too rejected.

Spurs fans flocked to the tweet from Tottenham Tiers relaying the claim from The Telegraph to vent their frustrations at the club’s reported efforts to sign the 25-year-old.

What exactly did these Spurs fans have to say?

“Get paratici out of my club”

“no wonder people@don’t talk with levy”
“Absolutely pathetic”
“This is the most Daniel levy thing I’ve ever seen”
“Embarrassing”
“This can’t be real?! Levy”
“Pathetic as usual….”

Spurs only made one signing on transfer deadline day and that came in the form of from Barcelona for a fee believed to be worth in the region of £25.73m.

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Traore has started all four of Wolves’ Premier League games this season but is yet to score or assist, however, it is apparent these fans were left seething with their club’s approach to sign the winger.

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  • Victor67 says:

    Get Traore in the Summer. Traore gets nis reunion woth Nuno.
    Gets a fresh look and European exposure.
    Link up play with Spurs attacking players of Kane, Son, Moura, Bergwyn, Bryan.

  • Tony Borg says:

    Paratici is just another Levy yes man, Levy trying to deflect the anger of the fans. We want them all out, Levy Paratici and Lewis.

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