'Embarrassing club': Spurs fans disappointed at latest reports on Takehiro Tomiyasu
Spurs fans have been having their say on Twitter this weekend after reports suggested a deal for Takehiro Tomiyasu was still not completed.
Calciomercato have claimed that while Tomiyasu has agreed terms with Tottenham, the club are yet to put forward an acceptable offer for the Japanese defender.
It is claimed that Bologna want closer to the £20m mark, with added bonuses tagged on for future achievements. As yet, Spurs are thought to have offered closer to £15m to try and get the deal done.
But with the club looking like it’s haggling over just a few million, Spurs fans have been left unimpressed on social media.
Spurs fans baffled by Tomiyasu stance
While there are so many names being linked with the club, it’s clear that some frustration is setting in with Spurs fans.
Nobody has actually signed yet, while a number of players have also been told they can leave. Harry Winks, Mo Sissoko, and Erik Lamela are said to be among them.
Tomiyasu is a player who clearly wants to join. However, with money holding the deal up, Spurs fans are getting anxious and annoyed.
Here, then, is a look at what’s been said by some fans on Twitter.
Embarrassing club. Taking so long for a €22mil transfer. While the deadwood are playing pre season for us.
— justinleong (@justinleong13) July 18, 2021
Same old story
— L K Hudson (@LKHudson1) July 18, 2021
But it’s been close for a month now
— footbet (@fairman58) July 18, 2021
So nothing has changed there then
— jonathan hillier 💙 (@jonathanhillie6) July 18, 2021
It’s been 4 weeks and we can’t agree a fee…
— NunoandSons (@NunoandSons) July 18, 2021
Surely we can afford £22m
— Rebecca Turner (@rebeccca_turner) July 18, 2021
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