It’s sad but true,Tottenham on the verge of loosing their top next summer target who scored twice against Tottenham last season to premier league giant,this shouldn’t happen…..

Manchester City are now said to be interested in signing defensive target Ange Postecoglou from Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham recently strengthened their central defensive options by bringing in Radu Dragusin from Genoa
The 22-year-old is yet to break into the team after moving to north London in January, but last time out he started at Fulham
However, Spurs are expected to be in the market looking for another option in the position this summer after Ange Postecoglou admitted they could consider signing a defender
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One man who continues to be linked with a move to Spurs in the summer is Jarrad Branthwaite
Indeed, it was previously reported that Postecoglou was personally lobbying to sign the Everton star
Tottenham have faced competition from Manchester United and Real Madrid for his signature
Now, it seems that Man City has entered the race to sign the English player
Man City want to sign Tottenham target Branthwaite
The Daily Mail reports that the City is monitoring Branthwaite’s situation at Goodison Park
With the youngster already attracting admiring glances from top teams, City have also expressed an interest
It is worth noting that Manchester United leads the race to sign the defender, with Spurs and Real Madrid also interested
However, Everton’s £60m-plus price tag could be a ‘problem’ for United
Braithwaite called up to England squad After an impressive season at Goodison Park so far, Branthwaite has been named in Gareth Southgate’s latest England squad
The 21-year-old did not feature in last night’s loss to Brazil, but he could make his debut against Belgium next week
Looking at Branthwaite’s impressive form this season, it’s easy to see why the likes of Madrid and City are attracted to him


The talented defender has easily adapted to his move to the Premier League at Everton and is arguably their standout defender this season
Whether Spurs will spend more than £60m to sign another centre-back remains to be seen
With Micky van de Ven and Cristian Romero both impressive this season, they might be better off investing that money in different areas of the pitch, especially after Dragusin’s arrival

 


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