He is allegedly a big Spurs fan.
Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, is apparently looking to “replace” two of his players as Spurs consider a move for a “incredible” talent.
Spurs’ form under Postecoglou
Nobody could have predicted that Postecoglou would have such a successful season, nor could they have predicted that Spurs would be off to their best start since their double win in 1961. The Lilywhites are now top of the Premier League table after winning six of their first eight league games. During that time, they went undefeated. During that period, Tottenham faced incredibly difficult tests against teams like Arsenal and Liverpool, but they triumphed in both games without being phased or deterred.
Following their 2-2 draw with Arsenal last month at the Emirates Stadium, Postecoglou praised his Tottenham team for having a developing ambition to advance as a unit.
Postecoglou told Tottenham’s official website, “There’s a real will and ambition to become the club we want to be, which means making sure that you’re disciplined and you’re buying into the team spirit and we had a fairly youthful team out there.
Vic, who was playing in his first derby, Destiny, van de Ven, Pape Matar Sarr, Brennan, all in their early 20s, Porro, and even Kulusevski, who is just 23 years old, were among the young players on the team, but we should be especially pleased of the experienced players we did have. Although his goals were amazing, Sonny was simply on another level. In addition to his outstanding goals, Sonny had an incredible effort rate and work ethic. Romero was outstanding, Bissouma has been brilliant the entire year, Madison, and Sonny.
Who could Spurs sign in January?
Although the north Londoners are in fantastic form right now, it has been rumored that they may make a move to bolster their numbers in the coming year. Al-Ittihad winger Jota is one of the alleged transfer targets and may very possibly be moving back to Europe after spending very little time in Saudi Arabia.
There are rumors that the former Celtic star is eager to work with his ex-boss again at Tottenham (90min), and it is assumed that Postecoglou feels the same way. This has been clarified by a recent report from writer Rudy Galetti, who shared a Jota transfer update for Tribal Football. He claims that Tottenham is interested in signing Jota next year since Postecoglou’s “priority” is to “replace” both Ivan Perisic and Manor Solomon on that side with another player.
Beyond that, nothing is new, but we think Jota might be a great replacement for the Spurs duo. Speaking last year, pundit Alan Hutton admitted he is a huge admirer of the “incredible” Portuguese.
Jota is still maturing at age 23, according to Hutton, who spoke to Football Insider.
“I think he can get better. He’s probably only going to grow better. For him to come from his parent club, where he hasn’t really been playing, what he’s done this season has been fantastic. Although Benfica is a significant club in and of itself, he has managed to rise to the challenge of moving to a club with greater expectations and performing at such a young age.
The player that people want to see is Jota. He checks all the boxes: he’s thrilling, he challenges people, he moves things along, he scores goals.