‘Spend the money now’ – Some Spurs fans react after Vlahovic breaks silence on his future – Spurs Web


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Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to social media after Dusan Vlahovic appeared to have ruled out the prospect of leaving Fiorentina in the January transfer window after revealing his aim to secure European qualification for the Italian outfit.

The striker has been heavily linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur, with The sun claiming last month that Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester United were all keen to secure his services.

Vlahovic is out of contract this summer and club president Rocco Commisso announcement in a statement on the official website in October, he had tried to make the Serb the highest-paid player ever in the club’s history.

Vlahovic said Politika.rs“I’ve said it many times so far. There is a good history of football being made here in Florence.

“We have a good team, great players, great fan support. Everything deserves respect.

“Only God knows what will happen in the next period. My desire is to bring Fiorentina to Europe, because we haven’t been there for a long time. We’ll see.”

The 21-year-old has continued his impressive form in front of goal this season, having scored 18 goals in 22 appearances in all competitions for Fiorentina (transfer market), with La Viola currently sitting seventh in the Serie A table.

Here’s how some Spurs reacted to news of the prospect that the club are missing out on the prolific hitman during the current window.

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Securing Vlahovic’s signature in January would have been a huge boost in our quest to finish in the top four and also give the club a ready-made replacement should Harry Kane leave North London.

If he becomes a free agent this summer, Spurs could struggle to match the wages other clubs could offer the Serb.

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