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Indeed.In my eyes it’s simple. If he was going to sign and he wanted to stay, then he would have done so about 18 months ago.
He is gone, it’s a shame.
Just like Eriksen would have signed his contract when dele, son and Kane signed theirs at the start of the season. So he is gone too.
I hope they both give their all in the CL final, what better way to sign off then delivering a trophy finally.
I've checked it very carefully.Anyone else checking the wording of this tweet very very carefully?
FWIW, I think the tweet I posted above is worded in a way that means he's going.
Or very very carefully hedging his bets.
"Guaranteed CL football next year in this great stadium". Nothing about him playing in it. I've never seen a player articulate CL qualification like that on social media.
Well, using 'our stadium' is slightly different in tone to Toby's tweet. Then again, who even knows where KWP will be next season - he's not exactly been given much playing time.
I'm not seeing quite the same thing you are, John.I've checked it very carefully.
It seems he's laying his cards on the table and his preference is to stay with Spurs.
However, he's fully aware, that we may not offer a financial package or a contract that works and the club may decide cash in.
I, for one, think he's still a vital part of the machine and one of the best centre backs in the world. Hopefully we'll pull out all the stops and offer him a contract befitting of his status.
Couldn't agree more, a lot further back than us with a lot more to sort out in their team and squad. A few minor tweaks and a bit more luck fitness wise and we could be flying. May depend what happens June 1st and what he see's coming in. Its never too late to change your mind Toby!Money or not, he would be foolish to go to United
They really could and should unless they have something up their sleeve. £25m for a player with at least 3 decent years in him is far too good an offer to turn down. I'm amazed we haven't seen them linked with De Ligt a little more as well though.anyone thinking City will target him to replace Kompany?
Nonsense.... We're a club on the up.All of the top 6 should be all over him.
Spurs are by far the most fiscally vulnerable and with the most pressing transfer market issues, including quantity.
So does ambition equate to kidnapping Toby's kids to make sure he signs?Taking Toby off us is not only getting a career peak defender on the cheap but also sending a huge signal to players and agents that they have ambition and we don't.