Apart from Manchester City of course, most Premier League clubs seem to have retained a poker face for the January transfer window so far.
But with so many teams in need of reinforcements, you can’t imagine it’s going to stay quiet for too much longer. Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham, in particular, seem in need of investment.
But after the debacle with all of the incoming players at the start of last season, Tottenham are clearly being a little bit more prudent this season – biding their time until the right players come along.
The Daily Mail reports today that Tottenham have made an enquiry about the excellent Belgian wide man Kevin Mirallas. They continue the story about Konoplyanka being pursued by the club but add the Mirallas twist for good measure.
He hasn’t been on top form this season – that may have something to do with the fact that he doesn’t have much time left on his contract so he’s got a big decision to make over the next six months.
Tottenham, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid have all made enquiries about Everton forward Kevin Mirallas.
A solid and clever winger with a great engine, the 27 year old moved to England form Olympiacos in 2012, where he banged in 34 in just 67 games. He hasn’t been quite as prolific in The Premier League but still has 25 goals in 89 appearances. He has also become a stalwart of the Belgian side with 49 caps and 9 goals to his name.
We believe he would be a good signing for Tottenham. Let’s have a look at him in action. Tottenham fans would you rather go for Mirallas or Konoplyanka?