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FrankSpencer

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All I care about if the flight tracker nerds donning their lemon stained budgie smugglers and firing up the servers once more!
 

worcestersauce

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If we get him in we'll have to come up with a song of some kind for him.
Not sure we've got much to work on with a name like Antonio though.
 

kd2000

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If we get him in we'll have to come up with a song of some kind for him.
Not sure we've got much to work on with a name like Antonio though.
Hopefully, if he arrives, he ends up better than our other famous Antonio........................Gardner
 

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THFCSPURS19

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Tottenham negotiating with Club Brugge over £25m winger Antonio Nusa​

  • Brugge want to keep Norway international on loan until summer
  • Spurs willing to let Ivan Perisic join Hajduk Split on free
Tottenham are in talks with Club Brugge over a deal to sign the 18-year-old winger Antonio Nusa. The Norwegian is one of the most exciting young prospects and Brugge want £25m and to keep him on loan for the rest of the season.

The Belgian club are looking to maximise Nusa’s value and turned down a bid from Chelsea for the youngster last summer. Chelsea have maintained an interest in the Norway international but would have to work hard to overtake Spurs in the race to sign him. Spurs have been tracking Nusa for a while and have taken positive steps towards ensuring they are in pole position to complete the deal.


Tottenham Hotspur in talks with Club Bruges to sign Antonio Nusa​

Belgian club want £25 million for the 18-year-old and to keep him on loan for the rest of the season, while Ivan Perisic is close to joining Hadjuk Split
 

Ghost Hardware

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Brugge play Westerlo tomorrow at 7.45 pm. Be interesting to see if he makes the starting 11. No reason he wouldn't unless something is close which it realistically probably won't be. And for any peeps interested incase he starts it will be televised on DZAN France as well as some Belgian channels.
 

JW72

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If we get him in we'll have to come up with a song of some kind for him.
Ready with a bit of 90s rap. With apologies to Busta Rhymes...

"When he steps up the pace, he steps correct -
Nu-sa!
He got you all in check

"And you know he come through to wreck your defence -
Nu-sa!
He got you all in check

"Throw your hands up in the air, don't ever disrespect -
Nu-sa!
Cause he got you all in check"
 

mil1lion

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Ready with a bit of 90s rap. With apologies to Busta Rhymes...

"When he steps up the pace, he steps correct -
Nu-sa!
He got you all in check

"And you know he come through to wreck your defence -
Nu-sa!
He got you all in check

"Throw your hands up in the air, don't ever disrespect -
Nu-sa!
Cause he got you all in check"
Good luck to our fans trying to spit bars like Busta Rhymes :LOL:
 

purplemonkey

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His attacking output doesn’t sound amazing (6 goals and 4 assists in 2294 mins) but he’s tracking pretty well when you compare him to similar talents at the same age in the Belgian league, such as Doku (6 goals and 7 assists in 2202 mins) and Openda (5 goals and 4 assists in 1512 mins as a CF). He’s also played under 5 different coaches since he’s been at Bruges, so within that context those are very decent numbers.

However, Doku and Openda both subsequently had stepping stone moves - and those weren’t entirely smooth sailing - so it goes to show what a long way there is to go for Nusa and why the priority has to be game time. Realistically he’s going to be at least 18 months away from being able to make an impact for us, so I’d rather he stays at Bruges for the time being to continue his development. Potentially we look for a loan next season as well somewhere like the Eredivisie or Ligue 1.

Great coup for the club if it happens but let’s temper our expectations.
 
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