Juan Foyth rubbishes the speculations that his discussions with the Spurs over a possible deal are reaching the point of conclusion and his representative is set to fly to UK soon to get the deal done.
Foyth who is only a teenager confesses that he dreams of an opportunity to feature in the European Leagues, but, at this point of time, he doesn’t have any offer like that on the table.
As per Foyth, he has read on Twitter and other social networking sites that his representative is going to meet with the Spurs officials, but, he has no idea about it because his representative has not talked to him in that regard at all. If it had been the case, his representative would have surely let him know.
Kyle Walker is a 26 year old English defender who performs with Tottenham Hotspur and has been making so many superb performances in this current 2016-17 English Premier League season that he has attracted the attention of Manchester City.
It’s rumored that Manchester City are interested in securing the services of Kyle Walker who recently was included in the PFA Team of the Year for the season of 2016-17 and this is because of just how impressively the defender has been performing and played a big role in Tottenham Hotspur’s push to the upper section of the English Premier League.
The PFA Team of the Year for the season of 2016-17 included the likes of: David de Gea, David Luiz, Gary Cahill, Eden Hazard, RomeluLukaku and Harry Kane just to name a few of the more prolific and renowned players. Kyle Walker managed to mark his name in this squad of top class performers.
Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur lost 1-0 in the first leg of the Champions League Round of 32 games on Thursday.
The visitors have a chance to overturn the result when they meet for the return leg at Wembley.
Spurs put up a listless show at the Ghelamco Arena, with 20,000 fans cheering on. Coach Mauricio Pochettino asked his boys to forget their 2-0 thumping by Liverpool in their last Premier League match. The manager selected a strong side for the game, making just two chances to the team that started the Anfield game.
In the first half, Harry Winks and Ben Davies combined to set up Dele Alli but the forward sent his effort wide. After the break, Pochettino decided to move former Newcastle United player Moussa Sissoko to the left, making attacks more potent. Harry Kane gained from this but his chance hit the post. Spurs ended up frustrated and Alli picked up a yellow card for dissent.