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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans react to links with Juventus striker

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Ahead of the January transfer window, Tottenham have been linked with Juventus and Spanish international striker Alvaro Morata as Nuno Espirito Santo looks to strengthen his squad.

According to Italian outfit sportmediaset, Spurs technical director Fabio Paratici could lure Alvaro Morata if star striker Harry Kane decides to leave the club next summer. With the Juventus forward’s future remaining uncertain, Nuno Espirito’s side could take advantage of his situation.

Although Spurs might have successfully kept hold of Harry Kane at the club despite heavy interest from Manchester City this summer, there are growing concerns the striker may have fulfilled his time in North London and might again request to leave when he has two years left on his current deal.

Would you be happy with Alvaro Morata?





The links linking the North London club to the Juventus striker and Spanish international as a potential replacement for Kane has subsequently seen Spurs fans take to Twitter.

What did these Spurs fans make of the transfer link?

“I would rather start Parrott as first choice CF than this guy”

“Please no. I would rather let Eric Dier play striker”
“This club will be the end of me”
“Please god no”
“Biggest downgrade in history!”
“Daniel Levy this”
Juventus have an option to make Morata’s deal on a permanent basis net summer next summer, although doubts remain over whether they will exercise the clause. The Bianconeri are looking at different profiles with the likes of Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus and Florentina’s Dusan Vlahovic, also a target for Spurs, firmly placed on their radar.

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  • Tony Borg says:

    Because he’ll be a really cheap option, that is the only reason Levy would want him above Vlahovic. We’ve been after Vlahovic for over a year, now Paratici says he’s not in our plans, price too high Daniel?? Lewis & Levy OUT !!!

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