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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans flock to Kessie update

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Tottenham Hotspur have been linked to Franck Kessie for a while now, with the Ivorian out of contract in the summer, and he is now free to sign a pre-contract deal with other European clubs.

ESPN have reported that Daniel Levy has given the green light on the transfer, with a ‘lucrative’ deal being offered to the versatile midfielder.

AC Milan are currently second in Serie A, proving Kessie’s credentials to a title push.

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The Spurs Web on Twitter shared ESPN’s news with supporters, with the comments flooded with jubilant Spurs fans at the potential of bringing Kessie in.

How the Spurs fans reacted to Kessie update

“Kessie x Matar Sarr x Ndombele. Yeah we’re cooking 2022.” @DunkySantana

“Am I dreaming or is it the real world?” @hmzacr

“Somebody please hold me up!!! I think I’m about to faint!!!” @valeebbw

“SUIIIIII.” @SonsofConte

“Get him in!” @SpursUnionN17

“Things you love to see.” @EGadenneTHFC

As mentioned previously, he has helped AC Milan on a title push this season, sitting second in the table. Kessie has featured in every league game available, missing three through injury.

While predominately a  holding midfielder, he can play further forward. He played in an attacking midfield role against Empoli, bagging a brace in a 4-2 win for his side last time out.

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According to TransferMarkt, the midfielder has a market value of over £40 million, so that would be real shrewd business from Levy and Spurs, bringing him in on a free.

Looking at the stats, he’ll undoubtedly improve Antonio Conte’s options.

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  • Tony Borg says:

    Levey has given the green light because he’ll sign for free. If Levy wants to show real intent, he should get out his cheque book and sign Vlahovic

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