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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Kondogbia and Dier


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Italian daily newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport report that 24-year-old (25 next February) Tottenham Hotspur target Geoffrey Kondogbia has asked to leave Inter Milan this summer transfer window and is reported to have handed in a transfer request, which players don't generally do unless they have a club lined up that they want to go to.

Who that club is we don't know and the Milan-based newspaper, which is the third highest circulation newspaper in Italy, don't tell us. The French international (he has 5 full international caps) was a target of ours before he moved to Inter on 21 June 2015 for £27.97 million (€31m - AUS$46.03m - US$36.5m) and is also of interest to Liverpool.


Spurs midfielder Eric Dier is a £50 million (€55.41m - AUS$82.28m - US$65.24m) target for German giants Bayern Munich, however Spurs are reluctant to sell another first team player this summer. Manchester United have tried and failed to prise the 23-year-old (24 next January) away from Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs, I would have thought we would value him above Kyle Walker.

The CIES Football Observatory update their calculated transfer values weekly and suggest he could currently be worth £62.71 million (€69.5m - AUS$103.2m - US$81.83m) in today's market with his length of existing contract.



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2 comments:

  1. It's arguable that Walker was more of a must keep than Dier, who is more of a utility player. After Trippier's injury yesterday this could come back to bite us.

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  2. Walker didn't want to be here so Pochettino decided to let him go.

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