Tottenham transfer rumours: 27 players linked by press

Date published: Thursday 7th January 2016 1:28

Alvaro Negredo: Among players linked with moves to Tottenham

Alvaro Negredo: Among players linked with moves to Tottenham

Check out the list of players linked with moves to Tottenham in the January transfer window by the national press over the past four months…

Although top football clubs sign only a handful of first-team players every year, many of those in the Premier League are linked with dozens and dozens of new ones ahead of every transfer window.

Ever since the summer one shut at the start of September, we’ve been tracking the players linked with moves to Tottenham by the mainstream press. We’ve ignored ‘according to reports from Italy’-style rumours, including only the new and exclusive reports from the national newspapers in a bid to decipher which sources can be trusted…and which can’t.


Tottenham January transfer window links

  1. Victor Wanyama (Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, 03/08)
  2. Laurent Depoitre (Daily Telegraph, 08/10)
  3. Jordan Pickford (Daily Star, 11/10)
  4. Moses Simon (Daily Mail, 11/10)
  5. Jamie Vardy (Sunday Mirror, 25/10)
  6. Demarai Gray (Sun on Sunday, 25/10)
  7. Shkodran Mustafi (Daily Mail, 06/11)
  8. Jose Luis Gaya (Daily Mail, 06/11)
  9. Andre Gomes (Daily Mail, 06/11)
  10. Victor Osimhen (Mail on Sunday, 08/11)
  11. Islam Slimani (The Sun, 13/11)
  12. Shilow Tracey (The Sun, 13/11)
  13. Domagoj Vida (Daily Star Sunday, 15/11)
  14. Alexandre Pato (Daily Star Sunday, 22/11)
  15. Michy Batshuayi (Sunday People, 22/11)
  16. Breel Embolo (Sun on Sunday, 29/11)
  17. Saido Berahino (Daily Star, 29/11)
  18. Henri Saivet (Sunday Mirror, 29/11)
  19. Ademola Lookman (Daily Mirror, 08/12)
  20. Rico Henry (Daily Express, 09/12)
  21. Adrien Rabiot (The Sun, 09/12)
  22. Alvaro Negredo (Daily Mail, 22/12)
  23. Riyad Mahrez (Daily Mail, 22/12)
  24. Ademola Lookman (Daily Mirror, 22/12)
  25. Jackson Martinez (Sunday Mirror, 27/12)
  26. Moussa Dembele (Various, 03/01)
  27. Axel Witsel (Daily Mail, 06/01)

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