Tottenham Hotspur have refused to follow up on interest in Hull City midfielder Jarrod Bowen, according to Football.London’s Alasdair Gold (4.19pm).
Gold claims that Spurs decided at an internal meeting not to pursue a deal for the 22-year-old. He added that the club watched him in every game he played over the past month, as Spurs look to return to a transfer model of signing English players.
CheekySport’s Joel claims Spurs badly need to invest in January after not having “the balls” to beat Arsenal. Check out his uncensored opinion in the video below…
Bowen has enjoyed a breakthrough season at Hull, per Transfermarkt, scoring 14 goals and providing three assists in 29 Championship appearances thus far this season.
Tottenham appear set, however, to again fail to make a signing in this transfer window.
Chairman Daniel Levy also failed to sign a single player in the summer, leaving Lucas Moura as the last player to move to Spurs, when he joined from PSG in January 2018.
And Spurs fans have been left fuming as they face up to another transfer window of disappointment.
God forbid we should sign him or anyone.
— Simon Batt (@SimonBatt8) January 28, 2019
Anyone know the reason behind the decision? Cost? Attitude? Suitability?
— Scott Clay (@scotthclay) January 29, 2019
If he can get enough for them.
Levy trying to buy Messi: More than 15 quid??? Surely you jest!
Levy trying to sell Nkudou: That will be 35 billion, please.
— Meat Biter (@biter_meat) January 28, 2019
— Jason OBrien (@beeojay) January 29, 2019
The only transfers we’ll be pushing is people out of the club to get ££ in and to save on weekly wages! #levylogic
— Peter (@_petey_pan) January 28, 2019
#thfc aren't going to sign Carlos Soler, Jarrod Bowen or Jack Clarke. It's a myth to suggest that @SpursOfficial would even sign anyone…that would require Daniel Levy and ENIC to spend their own money. https://t.co/kz6LapKdxd
— Toby Bilton (@TobyBilton1) January 29, 2019