There isn’t much happening at Tottenham Hotspur at this current juncture. In fact there’s been hardly any activity since the season ended last month. Jan Vertonghen’s protracted transfer continues to drag on, whilst Niko Kranjcar was bundled onto an aeroplane and shipped off to Dynamo Kiev without much fanfare. All in all its been a pretty bland start to the summer by Spurs’ standards. Things did hot up during the mid-part of this week when it was revealed United declared their intentions (once again!) to sign Luka Modric. The sunshine season wouldn’t be complete without a transfer saga to leave you tearing your hair out. At this rate the White Hart Lane faithful will be contemplating baldness if this is going to happen every year. However would Harry Redknapp be inclined to sell his star midfielder after missing out on the Champions League? If United willing to pay £35 million for the Croatian I have every faith saying that Redknapp will drive him to Manchester himself. The manager himself continues to sweat over his own future in North London as he waits to hear from chairman Daniel Levy over a new contract. One thinks Uncle ‘Arry deserves one more crack of the whip at getting Tottenham a seat on Europe’s elite table. Do you?
This week on FFC should Spurs give in to Redknapp’s contract demands and which England goalkeeper are they battling Southampton and Manchester City for?
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Vertonghen versus Vermaelen – Spurs musings from Jimmy G2
So Long And Thanks For All The Fish – Harry Hotspur
Luka and ITK mathematics – Dear Mr Levy
Replacing Vdv With £14M Rated Ramirez Wouldn’t Be Trading Up – Transfer Tavern
Today could be the day. – Spurs musings from Jimmy G2
The Book of Daniel – Dear Mr Levy
Is The Man In This Leaked Photo Our New Striker? – Harry Hotspur
“People talk about it but I’ve never had a problem with Daniel Levy. The simple situation is that I have a year left on my contract and it is up to Tottenham whether they want to extend that or not.
“Things couldn’t have gone better since I’ve been there. We’ve finished fourth twice, fifth once, quarter-finals of the Champions League and played fantastic football. It’s a good club and I enjoy being at Tottenham.” Harry Redknapp reveals that he wants to extend his stay at Tottenham and it’s up to the club to offer him a new contract