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Report: Tottenham only want to sign 24-year-old on a loan deal

Tottenham Hotspur is reportedly solely interested in loaning Al-Ittihad winger Jota. This information comes from Football Insider.

We have covered a lot of stories in the past several weeks that have raised the possibility of Jota and Ange Postecoglou getting back together at the Spurs.

This includes a TEAMtalk update that claimed Spurs are now in the driver’s seat to sign the winger after the player was left out of the Al-Ittihad starting lineup because the team had more foreign players than could be permitted.

It was said that the Portuguese player’s representatives have been spotted at several Tottenham matches this season and are actively seeking a new club for their client.

Spurs only want to sign Jota on a loan deal

Ange Postecoglou is said to still be a huge fan of Jota, and Football Insider has revealed that Spurs are actually keeping an eye on the midfielder.

The article claims that the North London team is only considering a January loan for the Portuguese player, though.

This is believed to be because Spurs are not expected to match the attacker’s enormous weekly salary of £200,000 that he now receives in Saudi Arabia.

Jota hasn’t demonstrated anything at the highest level to justify Tottenham paying him the most money. The 24-year-old should not even be considered for a permanent Spurs deal until he is prepared to accept a salar.

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Report: Spurs player makes decision on his future after contract development

Eric Dier has now made the decision to leave Tottenham Hotspur as a free agent when his contract expires in the summer of 2024, according to Football Insider.

According to the source, Dier made that decision following the breakdown of the most recent round of contract negotiations with Tottenham.

According to the explanation, Tottenham would be open to hearing offers for the 29-year-old in January since the team wants to get rid of him so they can sign a center-back.

The England international, nevertheless, has reportedly made the decision to hold off until next summer since he would have a lot more alternatives as a free agent.

Spurs are unlikely to get a fee for Eric Dier

This news follows several updates over the past month that suggested Dier may have left Tottenham in January.

The Times said on October 9 that Sporting Lisbon is considering re-signing the Tottenham player, adding that the defender and the Portuguese team’s president, Frederico Varandas, get along well.

According to Corriere dello Sport via Calciomercato, Dier is Jose Mourinho’s top pick to bolster Roma’s defense in January, according to ongoing sources from Italy.

If Dier is a free agent come summertime, he may prefer to depart because he will have plenty of options and a good chance of signing a huge contract.

But, considering how little playing time he gets at Spurs, the 29-year-old might find it difficult to turn down a sweet opportunity if one arises in January.

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