Spurs tipped to hand Arsenal transfer boost by triggering midfielder’s release clause

Tottenham are claimed to be eyeing a move to sign Roma’s Lorenzo Pellegrini, which could well see the Italian’s need for Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka increase.

The Swiss midfielder has been strongly linked with the switch to the Giallorossi this summer, with manager Jose Mourinho claimed to be keen on acquiring his services.

Xhaka was already the subject of supposed interest from the Serie A side prior to Euro 2020, and his performances in the competition will certainly not have put anyone off, with him being a standout performer in helping his side reach the quarter-finals.

His move doesn’t appear to have been progressing of late however, but Tottenham could well be set to push things forward. They are claimed to be considering a move for Pellegrini, with a La Gazzetta(via SportWitness) claiming our North London rivals could well trigger his 30 Million Euros release clause.

Not only will this give Mourinho’s side a cash boost, but Pellegrini’s departure will leave them lighter in midfield, increasing the need for a player in the ilk of Xhaka.

I don’t imagine Tottenham will get any thanks from us should they help us to get the asking price met for Granit, but we will certainly appreciate the boost to our finances as we look to bolster our playing squad ahead of the new campaign, and with any luck, we will be able to persuaded Manuel Locatelli to join us with the extra finances available.

Patrick

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  1. Ba Elkhirsawy says:

    I would not mind to get pellgerini for Arsenal, and they take Xhaka.

  2. The-Real-Vieira-Lynn-4ever says:

    we should be triggering his clause then finagling a deal which would include Xhaka…he’s just the kind of player and leader this club desperately needs

  3. jon fox says:

    Patrick Just wondering whether you and your dad Ad PAT are STILL arguing over whether or not Xhaka is leaving. As you know Ad PAT says definitely not while you say he is soon to leave

    I’d have thought it a tad confusing for your family business customers though, since even the family cannot agree. Not that I am “gloating” of course, eh Ad PAT!

    UNLIKE YOU, I’d never do so such a thing!

    All I care about is that he DOES leave and VERY SOON!

  4. Kgoana Joel Mamogale says:

    The Xhaka saga has been dragging for a long time now, it’s getting to our nerves. If he can’t be sold, he must be loaned elsewhere, maybe Roma may loan him for a season with intention to buy. While I believe he is a good player and had served us well, I don’t think him staying with do us or him any good. His heart is no longer here, so he won’t add value.
    Another thing, why does it take the team so long to negotiate buying players, I don’t think we are pushing hard enough. We are tired of being fed with monotonous updates that are not bearing any fruits. Next news should be about done deals please, we have been waiting for long, it’s frustrating.

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