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£40m star’s representative claims Tottenham are ‘closest’ club to signing him

According to one of the representatives for the Mexico international, Santiago Gimenez, a striker connected to Feyenoord in the Premier League, is being chased by a number of teams, including Tottenham Hotspur.

Morris Pagniello, a FIFA middleman speaking on behalf of one of Europe’s best number nines, gave a comprehensive rundown of the clubs that have expressed interest in signing Santiago Gimenez in recent months in an interview with Tuttomercatoweb.

Apart from Gimenez’s agent confirming Tottenham Hotspur’s interest in August, the striker is being pursued by genuine big-hitters from Spain and Italy.

And for good cause.

Gimenez assisted Feyenoord in winning the Eredivisie the previous season. The former Cruz Azul star has elevated his game to a whole new level, scoring an incredible 15 goals in his first 11 games of the new season.

In just a single year, Gimenez’s price has increased fourfold, according to Pagniello. Feyenoord is now placing a cool £40 million value on the highly sought-after poacher.

Tottenham Hotspur lead Santiago Gimenez race

Gimenez assisted Feyenoord in winning the Eredivisie the previous season. The former Cruz Azul star has elevated his game to a whole new level, scoring an incredible 15 goals in his first 11 games of the new season.

In just a single year, Gimenez’s price has increased fourfold, according to Pagniello. Feyenoord is now placing a cool £40 million value on the highly sought-after poacher.

“Now the teams closest to him are Real Madrid and Tottenham,” Pagniello concludes.

 

Spurs ‘closest’ to Santiago Gimenez

Tottenham, who have been outstanding under Postecoglou thus far and are unbeaten in nine league games, still seem like world-class center-forwards a step away from challenging Manchester City for the top spot. In the post-Harry Kane era, Gimenez may therefore be the “final piece of the jigsaw” kind of addition.

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Jamie Carragher issues a warning about Man City’s point deduction while Tottenham, Chelsea, and Arsenal wait.

While Manchester City waits for the Premier League financial charge results, Jamie Carragher has expressed his disbelief at the length of time and possible punishment handed to Everton.

Jamie Carragher has issued a warning to Manchester City, stating that they may face a far worse penalty than Everton. It has been revealed that the Premier League is suggesting a 12-point sanction for Sean Dyches’s team following a lawsuit accusing them of breaking profit and sustainability regulations.

Under owner Farhad Moshiri, the Toffees are accused of overspending, which has resulted in losses over the previous five years.However, no Premier League team has ever received a deduction for these reasons, and it might cause fear throughout the league.

Charges of more than 115 violations of regulations over a 14-year period, extending back to 2009–10, were brought against Manchester City earlier this year. The club faces potential penalties, such as a transfer embargo and hefty fines. The Telegraph now reports that the 12-point suggested punishment is the most likely conclusion, despite Everton’s denials that they have followed the regulations.

However, league leaders Manchester City have received a stern message from former Liverpool defender and current Sky commentator Carragher. “The Premier League [PL] wants Everton to lose 12 points for a single infraction. If the Premier League gets its way, Man City will wind up in the National League North,” he tweeted.

“Unbelievable the amount of stories that come out about Everton’s situation, but Man City’s, which has 114 more charges & has gone on for much longer, has gone very quiet.” During the time frame of the alleged breaches, City has won six league titles, spent close to £2 billion under its owners, and won every club football award that was possible.

After winning the Champions League for the first time in team history, Pep Guardiola’s team won three titles last season. They also put together one of the best rosters and longest runs of domestic supremacy in the annals of contemporary English football.If found guilty of breaking the regulations, they might face one of the worst penalties ever.

It comes after a four-year investigation and has far-reaching consequences that could result in the league’s suspension or demotion. Although there is no definite timeline for the hearings’ outcomes, there was reportedly a desire to wrap things up by the end of the previous season, which has since passed.

When the situation with Everton becomes clearer later in the season, these cases could end up being among the biggest scandals in the history of the league. Given that they now have seven points from nine games, good for 16th place in the league, the prospective fines would put them in grave danger of being demoted.

much though they have been fighting for survival for the last two years, a point deduction—let alone one this large—would put them in much greater jeopardy. Other teams will now take notice, with many doubting Chelsea’s tactics from the last three transfer windows.

As of right now, there is no indication that the Blues’ extravagant market spending is causing them any problems.

 

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