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Ange Postecoglou named Manager of the Year at London Football Awards

Tottenham Hotspur boss Ange Postecoglou has been named Manager of the Year at the 2024 London Football Awards, which he has admitted is a “bit bizarre.”

The Greek Australian beat the likes of Arsenal boss and last year’s winner Mikel Artea, despite the Spaniard having his team right in the hunt for a Premier League title.

Source: Neos Kosmos

He was not the only award winner at the Spurs as Guglielmo Vicario, one of Postecoglou’s first signings, also took out Goalkeeper of the Year.

Tottenham in battle with Man Utd to sign Rooney Bardghji

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly in a battle with Manchester United over a deal to sign FC Copenhagen star Rooney Bardghji, as per the transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

The 18-year-old has burst onto the scene after displaying impressive performances for the Danish side this term. However, it has been suggested that Copenhagen have decided to keep the youngster out of the first-team fold in recent times after his decision not to sign a contract extension despite entering the final 18 months of it.

Source: Football Talk

Bayern makes Dier loan permanent

Eric Dier's stay with Bayern Munich has been extended.

The Athletic's David Ornstein reports the Bundesliga giants have exercised the option to turn the England defender's loan from Tottenham Hotspur into a permanent transfer.

Source: TSN

Tottenham have now lost talented youth international as he completes move to Germany

Tottenham have now lost Rio Bromfield after Borussia Monchengladbach swooped in.
The Germany U16 international will be playing his football for Borussia Monchengladbach next season after agreeing to leave Spurs.

Bromfield has seemingly decided to take his career down a more German route rather than commit to England. The 16-year-old made his debut for the England U16 side back in November, but then switched to become a Germany U16 international that same month, winning two caps so far.

Source: The Boot Room

Tottenham step up transfer plans as Spurs target two Premier League wingers this summer

Tottenham are aiming for a wide forward as their major summer signing, with Wolves’ Pedro Neto and Crystal Palace’s Eberechi Eze currently the two main targets.

Source: Independent

Maeson King turns professional

We are delighted to announce that Maeson King has signed his first professional contract with the Club. The 18-year-old has been a regular starter for our Under-18 side this season, impressing both at left-back and at centre-half.

Having joined our Academy at the age of 10, Maeson has risen through the ranks and went full-time with us as a scholar in July, 2022.

Source: Official Site

Spurs 'leading race' for Hull City star despite Aston Villa agreement

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly leading the race to sign Hull City talisman Jaden Philogene. The 22-year-old has been electric in the Championship this term, scoring eight goals in 20 appearances and helping to establish Hull among the promotion contenders. However, his scintillating form appears to be a double-edged sword with Tottenham now said to be keen.

Source: Yorkshire Post

Spurs 'will not entertain Son Heung-min offers amid Saudi links'

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly not prepared to entertain offers for Son Heung-min from the Saudi Pro League during the summer window.

Source: Sports Mole

‘Ange, I’m in’: Why Postecoglou’s powers of persuasion work on so many signings

In Besart Berisha’s first conversation with Ange Postecoglou, he got the feeling the Australian knew him, “even though we’d never met”.

Postecoglou, who at the time was Brisbane Roar coach, clearly and persuasively made his case that Berisha, a 26-year-old striker with German club Arminia Bielefeld, should move with his young family to the other side of the world.

Source: Sunday Morning Herald


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