Former Premier League striker Dean Windass believes Sergio Ramos joining Tottenham this summer is a possibility.
Ramos, 35, is looking for a new club after leaving Real Madrid and has already been linked with a host of English teams, such as Chelsea and Manchester City.
Both sides have Champions League football to offer, giving them the upper hand over Tottenham, who will not even be in the Europa League this upcoming season after finishing seventh last term and being forced to settle for the Europa Conference League.
Even so, Windass can still imagine the 6 ft 1 Spanish defender, who Glenn Hoddle believes can bring much to a side, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
“He’d be a great fit for a back three,” the ex-Hull City star exclusively told FFC when asked if Ramos joining Spurs was a possibility.
“I know he’s not a young man anymore, but he’s experienced and he’s still got that little bit of pace. I could see that happening.”
Of course, Ramos is not getting any younger. But on a free transfer for a year or two, he could be brilliant business.
The Spanish centre-half has won everything at both club and international level, including the Champions League on multiple occasions and the World Cup. That winning pedigree is something Spurs could desperately do with.