Tottenham fans are losing patience with current midfielder Victor Wanyamer after his poor individual performance against Newcastle United.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side confirmed a top-four finish when they beat Rafael Benitez’ Magpies on Wednesday night, 1-0, while Chelsea dropped points to Huddersfield to verify Spurs’ European status.
However, Tottenham struggled to break down a stubborn Newcastle side, and many fans directed their anger and frustration towards Kenyan international Victor Wanyama.
The 26-year-old lined up next to Moussa Sissoko in the middle of the park, and the two were underwhelming, leaving Tottenham supporters unimpressed with Wanyama, in particular.
The former Southampton player had been a revelation in his first season. However, this campaign has been a nothing short of a disaster for him as he appears to have fallen out of favour with former Saints boss Pochettino.
With earlier reports from the Daily Mail linking the Kenyan with a move away from north-London, this was not a performance to justify why Spurs fans have been crying out for him to stay.
In fact, Wednesday night reached a breaking point for some supporters, who now believe they should cash in on the midfielder.
Wanyama living off that goal this season. He has been horrendous all season
— Jack Saunders (@ParkLane87) May 9, 2018
Why tf is Sissoko playing. Wanyama isn’t good enough. Sell both. Ffs
— george (@georgehcoys) May 9, 2018
You need to up your game next season pal!
— DannyB (@COYSdannyb) May 9, 2018
Sissoko and Wanyama in the middle? Absolute disaster! Nobody can pass the ball more than 5 yards.
— The Bezzle (@CheyanneBezzle) May 9, 2018
According to the Daily Star, Wanyama is one of Spurs top-earners and with only 23 appearances this season, compared to the 47 the previous campaign, he is no longer earning his keep.
With Wanyama falling down the pecking order in Pochettino’s side, a move may be the sensible option for the former Celtic midfielder, who is too good to be wasting the best years of his career sat on the bench.
If Levy were to make him available, there would be a long queue of buyers ready for the Kenyan’s services.