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Tottenham landing 30-year-old would be massive blow to rivals, including Arsenal

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Tottenham landing 30-year-old would be massive blow to rivals, including Arsenal

Perisic is expected to be severely courted by several clubs during the summer.

Tottenham are still in the chase for the Premier League title, although they must hope that both Manchester City and Liverpool drop points.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has done incredibly well to keep his team in the race, having seen his squad decimated with injuries.

Key players Dele Alli and Harry Kane have both missed important games.

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Despite a decent few years under Pochettino, there is still an impression that Spurs still aren’t seen as genuine title challengers each year.

Having not signed a player for over a year it would appear that they don’t have the same financial clout as the so-called ‘bigger’ clubs in the division.

That could be about to change.

Spurs could hand their rivals a hammer blow if they land Ivan Perisic during the summer, as being reported by Football Italia.


The 30-year-old has contributed three goals and five assists for Inter this season but could leave in the summer.

Arsenal were keen on a deal for the Croatian during the January transfer window, but according to Sport Witness, the player preferred a switch to Spurs.

A dream move could be on the cards for the man who ruined England’s World Cup hopes during the summer.

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His arrival at the club would delight Pochettino.

His team has lacked a bit of width for some time, whilst Perisic would deal his other interested parties, including Arsenal, with a substantial blow.

Spurs’ stock would rise no end and people might actually start to consider the club as legitimate title contenders year on year.

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