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Entrances and exits for the January transfer window
It was a quiet January transfer window for Tottenham Hotspur.
Despite many connections with various players, Jose Mourinho’s side have been limited in terms of their activities with some of their rivals in the Premier League.
In fact, no new faces have been drafted for Mourinho’s squad and Spurs should continue as before until the end of the season.
Despite the rumors, there was no return for Christian Eriksen while Dele Alli did not seal the loan move he was looking for to Paris Saint-Germain on spending.
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Harry Redknapp insists that Gareth Bale will still be able to play at an elite level as long as Mourinho develops the Welshman’s occasionally fragile confidence.
“He barely had a chance to be fair to him. He didn’t play well against Brighton, but who did that? He wasn’t worse than anyone,” Redknapp told Sky Sports. “Gareth can play again.
“You have to get to know him. As great as he was, he was in the top five players in the world when I had him and he went to Real Madrid. He’s not a cocky person.
“You have to get inside him, tell him how good he is, take him to the training field, put a dummy against him, get the worst player to defend against him, and pass the ball to Gareth.
“Tell him you’re fine, I want to make you run. He can play, he’s a fantastic talent. He’s only 31, he doesn’t drink, he doesn’t smoke, has he lost his pace? He hasn’t.” had. ” one more run.
“If the team played well and Kane was on fire then he is in shape with Son, what a line that could be. Jose is a top manager, it’s his job to get the best out of these players. They bring people to.” before Gareth Bale, who couldn’t lace his boots. “
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Wonderkids message to Mourinho
Troy Parrott has named the three positions he can play on Mourinho’s future Tottenham team.
The child prodigy is hoping for a bit more luck after being loaned to Ipswich Town for the remainder of the 2020-21 season after prematurely ending his stint in Millwall after 14 appearances for the Championship Club.
Parrott, who didn’t score in his time at Millwall, has announced his move to Portman Road and also named the three positions he can play for his new team.
“I’m happy to be here at a big club with good players and I look forward to playing in the second half of the season,” he said, quickly dealt with as reported by the East Anglian Daily Times, but it went that way smoothly as possible.
“I love a challenge and I’d rather take it than go away, so I’m looking forward to getting started.
“I work hard and score goals. That got me to where I am today and I have no plans to stop now. I can play left and behind the striker, but I grew up as a striker with the number 9. I am ready to feel hot “