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'He's amazing': Some Spurs fans react to reported interest in 22-year-old who's the 'full package'

Spurs fans have been having their say on Tottenham‘s reported interest in Dennis Man.

According to, Spurs have set their sights on the versatile Parma forward.

The north Londoners are “interested in the Romanian, especially if Harry Kane moves to Manchester City”, claims the outlet.

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Tottenham are reportedly still looking to bolster their attacking ranks ahead of transfer deadline day.

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Adama Traore is an attacking player that Spurs have been linked with in recent days.

But given Fabio Paratici’s extensive knowledge of Italian football, it’s unsurprising to see links with Man.

And the 22-year-old wouldn’t be a bad shout for Spurs, considering his age, talent, scoring record and potential availability.

Parma are in Serie B now, so Spurs could have a strong hand in negotiations, offering Premier League and European football.

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Spurs eyeing “the full package”?

Man only joined his current club in January last year, moving from Romanian giants FCSB in a reported £11.7million deal.

He registered two goals and one assist from 14 Serie A games.

Prior to his arrival, Man registered an impressive 17 goals and seven assists from 20 FCSB games in 2020-21.

And the eight-cap Romania international is also very highly rated in his home country.

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Romania head coach Mirel Radoi claimed in 2018 that Man was “the most complete footballer” out of the nation’s youngsters.

His “technical ability, pace, physical power, work rate, mental toughness” brought him the closest to being “the full package”, Radoi told Digisport.

Here is what some Spurs fans on Twitter have made of links between Tottenham and Man:

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