Hans Vanaken's dad urges Tottenham or Arsenal to sign his son
Tottenham and Arsenal have been urged to signed Vanaken.
The Belgian ace has proven to be an incredibly talented player.
This season alone has seen the 29-year-old bag in both of his Champions League outings, including a strike against PSG.
On top of his form, Vanaken’s dad has been calling for clubs to sign his son.
Vanaken’s father has called upon Tottenham and Arsenal to bring the Club Brugge star to the Premier League (The Express).
He certainly wouldn’t be a bad signing for one of the North London clubs.
Vanaken may be getting on at 29-years-old, but he has a lot of talent.
The Belgian international was twice the player of the year in the Pro League and has shone so far this season.
He’s already scored five goals and registered two assists in ten games this season (Transfermarkt).
His role as a goal threat from attacking midfield would make him a good player for either Tottenham or Arsenal.
Tottenham and Arsenal have been urged to signed Vanaken
However, his age may be playing against him as at 29 his best years may be behind him.
If there are two or three golden years left in the player then he’d certainly be worth the gamble.
Especially at Tottenham, who are lacking a creative player since the sale of Christian Eriksen.
Vanaken could be a great option to come in for a couple of seasons and bring some spark to Spurs.
There are definitely worse players who the Lilywhites could sign and Vanaken’s Champions League experience could be invaluable.
It’s certainly unorthodox having your father call for clubs to sign you.
Regardless, Vanaken has the talent to make it in the Premier League and he’s certainly worth taking a punt on.
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