Spurs fans react on Twitter to Matthias Ginter bid reports
A number of Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to comment on reports from Sport Bild this week claiming that a bid has been made for Matthias Ginter.
Spurs look set to target strengthening their centre-back options this summer. Football London recently suggested that they plan to make two additions at the heart of their defence.
And based on reports from Germany, it would appear that they have already made a step towards getting a new face through the door.
Sport Bild reports that Spurs have made an offer for Ginter, who is also wanted by the likes of Liverpool, RB Leipzig and Inter Milan.
The Athletic recently suggested that Ginter is expected to leave Borussia Monchengladbach this summer. So it looks to be a smart move for Tottenham to act ahead of the window.
And it seems that plenty of Spurs fans are delighted about the links with Ginter. Understandably, some have their doubts about the likelihood of a bid being made at a time when the club do not have a permanent manager.
‘Would be a great signing’
But many feel that he would be an outstanding signing. He has been hugely impressive in the Bundesliga this season.
And several supporters clearly think that he would be an upgrade on what the club already have at their disposal.
With that in mind, here is what some of the fans make of the links with Ginter…
— Spurz (@Spursylad10) May 17, 2021
would be class
— seb🌴™️ (@batibat_10) May 17, 2021
Bit mental we’re doing this without a manager buts he’s really good
— Ian (@iankl22) May 17, 2021
Good player, better than what we have anyway
— Siggs (@Siggs72) May 17, 2021
Get this guy now !!!!
— J_Weller77 (@JoeWeller77) May 17, 2021
I’m all for this
— Beans On Toast (@_BeansOnToast__) May 17, 2021
Would be a great signing tbh
— . (@Nico0neson) May 17, 2021
I hope this is true
— Alok Badri (@alok_TTID) May 17, 2021
Would be a class signing this
— Archie P (@Archietpx) May 17, 2021
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