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Tottenham is prepared to give Djed Spence or Bryan Gil in a trade for the £50 million Premier League star.

Tottenham are still exploring a deal for Nottingham Forest’s Brennan Johnson and may potentially make a number of offers to do so.

bryan Gil
bryan Gil

In recent weeks, Johnson has emerged as a player of interest to the Spurs. Forest have so far rejected proposals from Brentford in order to maintain hold of the attacker.

A bid of around £50 million, on the other hand, is said to pique Forest‘s interest.

According to The Telegraph, Tottenham may now try to get Forest to the table by providing a number of players who might bring the entire price closer to £50 million.

Brennan Johnson
Brennan Johnson

For Forest supporters, Djed Spence stands out among them. After shining for the Reds during their promotion season, many fans at the City Ground would welcome him back.

Bryan Gil and Joe Rodon are two more players the Spurs might give in exchange for Johnson. Both have been placed on the club’s transfer list and are free to go.

Brennan Johnson
Brennan Johnson

Tottenham is attempting to sign for Postecoglou.

Tottenham supporters saw what they may become under the new manager after a 5-1 friendly win this weekend. The challenge now is for the Spurs’ ownership to support him up much more.

ange and Tottenham
ange and Tottenham

Brennan Johnson‘s signing should not be viewed as a substitute for Harry Kane. Let’s be honest: he’s not on Kane‘s level and is a completely different player.

However, his pace and directness will complement Postecoglou‘s approach, and the notion of providing Forest players is sound.

Certainly, with Djed Spence on board, something might be accomplished here.

 

 

 

 

 

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