'Wooohoo, more bad news': Some Spurs fans gutted over Fabrizio Romano's update
Spurs fans have bemoaned Fabrizio Romano’s update claiming Tottenham are not in for Nahitan Nandez.
However, Romano has rubbished the report, taking to Twitter to claim Tottenham haven’t made an official bid.
Spurs fans had got their hopes up but were then left bemused by the follow-up.
Are we going to sign anyone? This was supposed to be a big week— Tom Spur (@tom_spur) August 19, 2021
We have spent £25 million this summer which is pathetic— Ewan Clark (@ClarkGEwan) August 19, 2021
Who the heck are we gonna buy then— 🇧🇪☔ (@thatguyknwsball) August 19, 2021
ayo don't leave us like this tell me who are the other cadets?— 🐰 (@AjmalShaz_) August 19, 2021
Wooohoo, more bad news!— Mason. (@FtblMason) August 19, 2021
This is the massive week we were so into. The city game was 4 days ago. Kane doesnt look like leaving. No other CB rb striker or midfielder, or any outgoings either. Winks and Sissoko are still part of our squad…— 🇮🇹 (@Manu23588) August 19, 2021
Will Spurs regret not moving for Nandez?
Nandez played in the 2021 Copa America, featuring in all five matches for Uruguay as they reached the last 16.
His tally of international caps stands at 41, including nine in the Copa America and five at the World Cup.
In terms of his club career, Nandez came through the ranks at Uruguayan giants Penarol before joining Boca Juniors in 2017.
The versatile midfielder was successful in South America, winning two league championships with Penarol and one with Boca.
In 2019, Nandez joined Italy’s Cagliari, where he has made 72 appearances.
According to a scouting report on Playingfor90, Nandez “plays an aggressive style that stems from his physical nature.
“He doesn’t have great size, but he is remarkably strong for a midfielder.”
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