Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, Tottenham legend Graham Roberts has warned Jose Mourinho about signing Lewis Dunk this summer, suggesting the Brighton centre-back is not going to get his old side back into the Champions League.
According to football.london, Tottenham are keen on adding a leader with Premier League experience to their backline and Dunk is one player who they could look at.
The captain at his club and boasting over 130 top-flight appearances, the 29-year-old certainly fits the criteria mentioned above.
Roberts, however, is not entirely convinced, viewing the Englishman as a “decent player” at best.
“I think he’s a decent player,” the former Tottenham defender told FFC in an exclusive interview. “But I don’t think he’s a player that’s going to get you in the Champions League.”
As well as Dunk, football.london reports that Spurs are also considering Fulham’s Joachim Andersen and Nikola Milenkovic of Fiorentina.
Meanwhile, Football Insider claims the Premier League outfit will target Milan Skriniar when the transfer window opens after coming close to signing the Inter Milan man back in January.
Toby Alderweireld is not getting any younger and there are question marks surrounding Davinson Sanchez due to the amount of mistakes he makes, so it would not be a surprise to see Tottenham go after a new central defender this summer.