'Massive loss to Tottenham': Popular pundit says Spurs made a 'really weird' transfer decision


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'Massive loss to Tottenham': Popular pundit says Spurs made a 'really weird' transfer decision - originally posted on Sportslens.com

Fashionable pundit Tony Cascarino feels that Tottenham Hotspur haven’t changed Mousa Dembele who is now plying his trade in China.

Dembele was a class participant. He was simple and but elegant. The Belgian wasn’t the kind of player who might score a variety of objectives or provide assists but he was the focus in midfield.

He left the club final January to hitch Chinese Super League aspect Guangzhou after they paid £11 million for his providers, as reported by BBC Sport.

While Dembele’s recreation time decreased in the direction of the top of his Spurs career, he was nonetheless ok to dictate the tempo of the game.

Cascarino feels that Dembele has been a ‘large loss’ to Spurs, and that the choice to promote was ‘actually weird’.

“It’s a very weird one as a result of when Dembele left the club and I had saw him play at Juventus in Turin and I assumed ‘what a performance’,” Cascarino told TalkSport.

“You recognize he was out of the membership so shortly. I keep in mind considering that’s an enormous loss to Tottenham, he’s such a superb simple participant, really robust, doesn’t rating a lot of objectives, but the whole lot he does makes individuals round him excel. They usually haven’t really replaced him”

In all probability, Spurs might have stored him for another season. Nevertheless, the CSL membership paid a good-looking payment for the Belgian and it was the fitting call made by the membership, from the business perspective.

Spurs brought in Tanguy Ndombele as a alternative for Dembele in the course of the summer time and the Frenchman has made a strong impression up to now.

Regardless of spending huge cash on Ndombele, bolstering the midfield in the upcoming transfer home windows ought to be a priority for Mauricio Pochettino.

The likes of Eric Dier and Victor Wanyama are hardly contributing to the aspect, and the club want to usher in replacements for them.

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