Published on April 30th, 2014 | by soccersweep1
No-Brainer for Tottenham – sign him up
Tottenham closing in on a Europa League place for next season. If Tottenham do qualify for European competition next season they will need to further strengthen a squad which struggled to handle the rigours of Thursday/Sunday football this year.
And we believe that Tottenham will focus on their front line in terms of transfers this summer.
Of course there is always room for improvement in every department of the team but Tottenham haven’t really convinced up top this time out.
The future of Roberto Soldado may be subject of some speculation after a poorest first campaign for the club.
Meanwhile Emmanuel Adebayor always seems one rumour away from joining another club despite a relatively successful season for Tottenham.
We think that Loic Remy would be a perfect addition for the club.
The QPR striker, who is on loan at Newcastle, will surely move on this summer after a campaign in the north-east which has proven his credentials beyond all doubt.
Tottenham need a bit more power and pace up front and Remy offers plenty of both.
He also has a brilliant eye for goal with 13 in 26 appearances for his temporary employers this season.
The great thing about signing someone like Remy is that, at perhaps £10-15m Tottenham would still have loads of money in the kitty to concentrate on other substantial targets.
French football site GFN took to Twitter this week to suggest that Tottenham, amongst others, had scouts at Newcastle’s game against Arsenal to see the striker in action.
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Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham will have officials present this evening to watch Loic Remy vs Arsenal, we are told. #AFC #NUFC
With so many clubs reportedly after the player Tottenham need to move decisively on this one. Make him feel wanted and offer the right terms. Because if they can get him we think that an make a real difference to the side next season – someone to add cutting edge and capitalise on all that natural pace that Spurs have down the flanks.