According to Fichajes, Yves Bissouma, a midfielder for Tottenham, is being watched by Arsenal. Despite having a solid midfield, Arsenal is still committed to strengthening its team.
Several players were connected to Arsenal during the summer transfer window, although not all of them ended up moving to the Emirates. Bissouma appears to have caught Arsenal’s eye as they think about adding to their midfield’s strength, either in the forthcoming January transfer window or the following summer.
Interestingly, the Gunners have been pleased with Bissouma’s displays in the Spurs midfield despite the intense rivalry between Arsenal and Tottenham. They might think about making a move for the former Brighton player in the future as a result of their adoration.
Just Arsenal Opinion
It would only be a pipe dream to consider bringing a Spurs player into our squad because of the intense animosity that exists between us and them.
This season, Bissouma has been a crucial player for them, and we are probably not the only team keeping an eye on the midfielder.
It would take a miracle to resolve this situation, yet sometimes the unthinkable occurs, allowing us to dream.
However, we can only convince them to sell him if we make an offer they are unable to refuse.
Report: Tottenham player set to be sidelined for eight weeks with injury out on loan
Djed Spence, who is on loan from Tottenham Hotspur, may be out for up to eight weeks after suffering a knee injury in recent training.
Tottenham pursued the young defender all summer long, and he finally decided to move to North London after leaving Middlesborough for £19 million (ESPN).
Djed Spence, however, was unable to maintain the level of play he displayed at Nottingham Forest the season prior. This is primarily due to the fact that he was only able to play for the Lilywhites’ first team on six occasions, clocking in at just 41 minutes (Transfermarkt).
Many believed this was due to Antonio Conte’s reluctance to employ a player whose recruitment he may not have fully approved. The arrival of Ange Postecoglou this summer was therefore anticipated to give Spence another opportunity to establish himself.
However, it was not to be, and Spence was sent on loan to Leeds United for the entirety of the 2023–24 season.
Djed Spence suffers eight-week injury blow
Spence’s life at Leeds United also doesn’t seem to be going as planned. The 23-year-old, who has only made one brief substitute appearance to date, will now miss eight weeks of play due to a knee injury.
According to The Athletic, Spence has damaged knee ligaments but won’t require surgery despite having done so. Last week, the wing-back suffered a hit during practice, and a scan this week has revealed the severity of the issue.
The lateral collateral ligament was reportedly damaged, and Spence is anticipated to remain out “until the middle of November.” He will no longer play in crucial matches for Leeds against teams like Norwich City, Southampton, and Leicester City.
Djed Spence just can’t seem to get any luck. I had hoped that his stint with Leeds would have given him some renewed energy so that he could eventually fight his way back into the Spurs lineup, but this is yet another setback from which it will be difficult to recover.