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Who is Aaron Skinner and what should Spurs’ faithful expect of him

Aaron Skinner joined Tottenham’s U-18 side in November last year for a short trial period. Skinner celebrated his 18th birthday on Sunday and had a birthday to remember as he signed his first professional contract with the Lilywhites. Who is Aaron Skinner? Name – Aaron Skinner Age – 18 Nationality – England Position – Centre-Back...

Aaron Skinner joined Tottenham’s U-18 side in November last year for a short trial period. Skinner celebrated his 18th birthday on Sunday and had a birthday to remember as he signed his first professional contract with the Lilywhites.

Who is Aaron Skinner?

Name – Aaron Skinner
Age – 18
Nationality – England
Position – Centre-Back

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Aaron was born in Salford, England and spent his youth career at League Two side Bury. He has represented Bury academy from U-12 to U-18 level. He made his debut for Bury’s U-18 side at the age of 14 and has been an integral part of their team since then. Aaron played an important role in the 2018-19 FA Youth Cup and led the Shakers to a quarter-final finish. However, an impressive run from the Lancashire side was ended by Liverpool’s U-18s as they thrashed Bury U-18s by 5-1.

The youngster played in a variety of positions for the Shakers. He can play as a centre-back as well as a defensive midfielder. After an impressive run of games with Bury’s U18s, Skinner joined Tottenham’s U-18 set up in November last year on a trial period. It looks like the youngster has impressed the academy coaches before the coronavirus pandemic and the Lilywhites have decided to tie down the 18-year-old on a permanent deal. The youngster announced the news on his Instagram account.

So what should the Spurs’ faithful expect of the versatile youngster?

Aaron Skinner can take up multiple roles as a defender as well as a number 6. He will now be a part of Tottenham’s U18 squad whenever football restarts and is likely to slot into the U23s well due to the shortage of players as the rest of U23s were cut loose and loaned out to lower division clubs.

Jose Mourinho is touted as a manager who barely gives opportunities to youngsters. However, things have been different in North London. Jose has taken Japh Tanganga and Oliver Skipp is already with the first team. Jose thinks of Cirkin and Fagan-Walcott as talents and Tottenham are ready to offer these two academy youngsters a new contract.

Now as Tottenham don’t have a U23 side, the previous U18s have been promoted and Skinner is likely to feature for the U23s as well. Skinner could also end up playing in Tottenham’s U19 team who will play in the UEFA Youth League that runs alongside the Champions League.

It is hard to say if Skinner will be able to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Kane, Winks and Tanganga who have all been promoted from the club’s academy to the first team and are regularly getting playing time. But one thing is for sure that the club has signed a young and dynamic defender.

So, it’s good to see the club investing in talent and putting emphasis on developing young players. Given that Skinner was able to impress the academy coaches during his short stint, he could be the next youngster to impress Mourinho and make his progress to the first team.


Coutinho could be a possibility for Tottenham, says Paul Robinson

Former Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper has insisted the club are not far away from signing Philippe Coutinho despite the impact coronavirus could have on the transfer window. Coutinho is currently on loan at Bayern Munich with the Bundesliga side deciding not to activate their option to purchase him permanently. The Brazilian’s future looks uncertain ahead of...

Former Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper has insisted the club are not far away from signing Philippe Coutinho despite the impact coronavirus could have on the transfer window.

Coutinho is currently on loan at Bayern Munich with the Bundesliga side deciding not to activate their option to purchase him permanently.

The Brazilian’s future looks uncertain ahead of the summer with his loan deal with Bayern nearing its expiration.

Robinho believes that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium could be the new home for the former Liverpool man, insisting that he would be a great signing for Jose Mourinho’s team.

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“The market will take a hit but there will still be movement of players. I can still see the Coutinho deal being done,” Robinson told Football Insider.

“Bayern have not taken the option and he has clearly not been part of Barcelona’s plans for a while now and I can see a move back to the Premier League happening. I think he would be a great signing for Spurs.

“I do not think he has settled since leaving the country and he is clearly a player that suits the Premier League. The league is stronger with him in it, certainly.”

Coutinho is yet to play since the Bundesliga returned from suspension two weeks ago as he continues to recover from an ankle injury.

The attacking midfielder has made 32 appearances for Bayern across all competitions in the 2019/20 campaign, scoring nine times.

Coutinho joined Barcelona in January 2018 and has won two La Liga titles during his time with the Blaugrana club, but he has been pushed out on loan after the arrival of Antoinne Griezmann from Atletico Madrid last summer.


Liverpool & Tottenham have ‘offered €70m’ for Victor Osimhen

Multiple clubs have been linked with Lille’s highly regarded striker Victor Osimhen, and claims have been appearing about growing interests in the Frenchman and even about some potential offers going in to Lille. The situation, as it stands, feels similar to Nicolas Pepe last year. There were all kinds of interests and offers for the...

Multiple clubs have been linked with Lille’s highly regarded striker Victor Osimhen, and claims have been appearing about growing interests in the Frenchman and even about some potential offers going in to Lille.

The situation, as it stands, feels similar to Nicolas Pepe last year. There were all kinds of interests and offers for the Nigerian and as it appeared the rumour leaks were encouraged by both Lille and the sources close to the now Arsenal player.


Tottenham target Castagne: ‘I’d choose Premier League’

Atalanta wing-back Timothy Castagne has admitted that he prefers a move to Premier League and likes the style of football in England. Tottenham have been linked with Castagne for quite some time now. Spurs have been linked with multiple players to find the solution to their right-back conundrum. Meunier has been heavily linked with a...

Atalanta wing-back Timothy Castagne has admitted that he prefers a move to Premier League and likes the style of football in England. Tottenham have been linked with Castagne for quite some time now.

Spurs have been linked with multiple players to find the solution to their right-back conundrum. Meunier has been heavily linked with a move to North London but his fellow countryman Castagne is also being monitored. The 24-year-old joined Atalanta in 2017 and helped the Orobici qualify for the UCL.

However, over the last two seasons, he has fallen down the pecking order under Gasperini and is now the second choice right-wing back behind Robin Gosens. Yet, Gasperini still prefers him over Gosens in the Champions League. Castagne has made 19 appearances for Atalanta this season so far scoring two and providing two assists.

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“I am happy in Italy, life is not so different to in Belgium, apart from obviously the language issue,” Castagne told RTBF.

“I’ll tell the truth if I could choose my next destination, I’d lean towards England. I like that Premier League style of football, but I don’t have a preferred club. They are all good.”

Robin Gosens is also buying interest from several clubs and if Atalanta decides to sell him, Castagne will stay. Trippier lost his place under Pochettino last season and was sold to Atletico Madrid, where he has got his mojo back. Serge Aurier on the other hand, has been poor for the North London side. PSG ar also interested in signing Castagnen as they try to find a replacement for Meunier. So if Spurs want to sign Castagne, they’ll have to be fast.


Kai Havertz will transform Tottenham

Kai Havertz has established himself as one of the best youngsters in the world with his consistent performances at Bayer Leverkusen. He has been an integral part of Die Werkself side, who sit third in the Bundesliga table with 53 points. He is touted as a possible target for a number of top clubs including...

Kai Havertz has established himself as one of the best youngsters in the world with his consistent performances at Bayer Leverkusen. He has been an integral part of Die Werkself side, who sit third in the Bundesliga table with 53 points. He is touted as a possible target for a number of top clubs including Bayern, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool.

Tottenham Hotspur are likely to be heavily linked with a host of players in the coming weeks as they look to add quality players to their squad ahead of Mourinho’s 2nd season in-charge at Spurs.

Back in 2017, Spurs found themselves linked with Havertz. Three years on, He is still a target. However, now there are few reports linking Havertz with the North London club but they are keeping tabs on one of the hottest teenage prospect of the game. So, if Levy goes all in for Havertz and signs him this summer, how will the German transform Tottenham?

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Havertz has been in fine form this season having started all 24 games for Leverkusen in Bundesliga. In fact, in the last 10 games, Havertz has scored 9 goals and bagged 6 assists and it goes on to show how good he is. Here are his stats in Bundesliga this season so far:

Matches – 24
Goals – 10
Assists – 5
Passing accuracy – 86%
Key passes – 53
Chances created – 58

These stats show how impactful he is for his club, Havertz offers goal contributions as well as creates a lot of chances for the forwards. Havertz’s original position is the number 10 role but he can take up the role of an attacker as well as right-winger if needed. He has exceptional individual techniques blessed with a keen eye for a killer pass.

Christian Eriksen left Tottenham in the winter transfer window to join Inter and left the void in the attacking midfield. However, Alli has now taken up that role and has done quite well under Mourinho. We feel that Havertz will be a perfect replacement for Eriksen. The Germany international perfectly fits the role of a number 10. He is young and has tremendous potential to fit in at any side. He is cool and composed when in possession of the football and can be a perfect signing for Mourinho’s Spurs.

Mourinho has deployed different formations at Tottenham and it looks like he’s trying different formations to get the best out of the squad. Havertz can be an ideal signing for Spurs at the rebuilding stage and Mourinho can build the squad around him. The 20-year-old teenager can play as number 9 behind Kane and Son Heung-Min and can also play as a right-winger in 4-3-3 if needed. He is versatile and is really good with headers. Havertz can provide much-needed service to the attackers and can also pitch in as an attacking threat. Imagine how deadly Tottenham would look with Havertz playing behind three attackers.

However, there is one problem – Havertz’s price tag. He is valued at €100 million (£90 million), and that would be a huge amount of money for a club like Spurs. Should Mourinho receive a good transfer budget and if he does manage to bring Havertz to North London, it could turn out to be one of the best signings they ever made.


Bent urges Tottenham to do everything possible to sign Kai Havertz

Former Tottenham Hotspur forward Darren Bent has advised the club to do everything within their means to challenge other European clubs for Kai Havertz. The 20-year-old attacking midfielder has been instrumental for Bayer Leverkusen attracting interest from the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. In 24 Bundesliga appearances, Havertz has...

Former Tottenham Hotspur forward Darren Bent has advised the club to do everything within their means to challenge other European clubs for Kai Havertz.

The 20-year-old attacking midfielder has been instrumental for Bayer Leverkusen attracting interest from the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

In 24 Bundesliga appearances, Havertz has scored 10 goals while providing five assists and has helped the club in their progress in the Europa League.

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With competition for his signature increasing each and every now and then, Bent has urged Spurs to forgo other targets and pursue the German international who he believes could blend very well with Harry Kane and Heung-min Son.

“He’s a very good player and he’s linked with a lot of big clubs around the world so if you can steal him, then what a coup that would be for your club,” the ex-Spurs and England striker said in an interview with Football Insider.

“If you can get top players like that, you go and get them.

“His favoured position is a number 10 so that would be perfect because you’re talking about him, Harry Kane and Heung-min Son – I think that would work really, really well.

“At times, I know all teams have a transfer structure where they might go: ‘We need defenders, we need midfielders,’ whatever it may be, but sometimes little curveballs get thrown in.

“When a player of such quality all of a sudden gets thrown into the market, you’ve got to rip that transfer sheet up and go: ‘He’s the best player available, we’ve got to take him.'”

Havertz has two years left on his current deal at the BayArena and it will take a hefty fee to price him away from Germany.


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