TOTTENHAM are looking for further reinforcements after completing the 18-month loan signing of Gedson Fernandes.
Christian Eriksen is set to leave the club either now or in summer, and Matias Vecino could join from Inter in exchange.
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OVER TO BRU
Jose Mourinho reckons Gedson Fernandes is a “special loan” after joining for 18 months.
Benfica star Fernandes, 21, has signed for an extended period and could make the move permanent in the summer of 2021.
Mourinho, preparing for tomorrow’s trip to Watford, said: “We need his contribution. He is young but has experience of playing for a big club and can play in different positions in midfield – even wide on the right.
“So we have got him as he can play in various positions and he is what I call a special loan as it is not a three month loan but for one and a half years so we have time. Who knows. . . he may stay here for many years.
“The fact he speaks English perfectly helps and the fact his family is already living here is a coincidence. He will enjoy the happiness of the family and it looks as though he can walk to the stadium as they live so close.”
AL BE BACK
Toby Alderweireld is ready and raring to go ahead of tomorrow's clash against Watford.
MOUR TO DO
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For someone who does not even have his own locker at Tottenham, Japhet Tanganga has already shown he has a lot in it.
The defender followed up his outstanding Premier League debut in the defeat to Liverpool on Saturday with another impressive display in Tuesday’s FA Cup win over Middlesbrough.
Tanganga, 20, is already being tipped as a future England international.
Not bad for a player so new to first-team football it is believed he does not even have his own locker in the Spurs dressing room yet.
DEVIL IN DISGUISE
Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed his next job could be in England or Spain.
Pochettino, speaking at the London launch of La Liga TV, appeared to be suggesting he is looking for a fresh challenge in the Prem.
He said: “Now I am watching a lot of football and spending time with my family. I was lucky to start my career as a manager with Espanyol.
“Then I came to the Premier League, to England, learned English and a different culture.I am a better person today, with more knowledge and I had a great experience in the Premier League.
“Football was born here in England. But La Liga is amazing football, with amazing coaches. Of course, as a coach, you try to be in the best place. And England and Spain are the two best leagues in the world.”