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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans flock to latest Joe Rodon transfer claim

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A number of Tottenham Hotspur fans have reacted on Twitter to claims that Joe Rodon could be leaving in January.

Spurs signed Rodon for £11 million back in the summer of 2020 but just eight starts in the Premier League later, and the Daily Mail is claiming that the Welsh international could be heading for the exit door.

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Rodon has not started a league game this season and was not even in the matchday squad for their win against Brentford last midweek, so he doesn’t appear to be in Antonio Conte’s plans.

Newcastle United are now reportedly discussing the possibility of signing the 24-year-old, following Brighton & Hove Albion’s interest earlier this week.

A lot of Spurs fans have flocked to Twitter following this Rodon claim.

What have these Tottenham fans been saying?

‘Would be a class signing for them”


“Give us 35-40 mil dollars and they can have him… Not too many good defenders are out there at the moment in this price.”


“If they sign him from us on a permanent deal we would have failed in transfer market again”


“This kid is going to be a star and we are going to wish we invested time in his development. I hope we can put him out on loan.”


“In the middle of the negotiations just casually drop Dele or Winks into the conversation to see if they’d take any of the two”


“Him and winks for £50 million ?”


“Cash in! He will never make it at spurs”

It seems that some of these Spurs fans will be gutted if Rodon leaves and only want him to depart if a few other players follow him, which could certainly happen as midfielder Harry Winks has been linked with a move to Tyneside in January, according to the Northern Echo.

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