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Lewis Holtby?


After me moaning to anyone who will listen over the last couple of days, it seems my fantasy dream has been heard and put into print.

German International and sometime Spurs player, Lewis Holtby is linked with City this morning by The Sun.

From what I can make out, the lad seemed (and probably still will) set to join Fulham on loan for the rest of the season with a view to a £8m move in the summer.

However, The Sun reckon Chris Hughton is set to make a last ditch effort to get the player to come to Norfolk. Should that succeed then it looks likely that Wes Hoolahan would be allowed to leave what he is alleged to have described yesterday as a 'F@&£ing @&£!house club' by Sky reporter Kate Riley in an off air comment.

Much as I love Wes, that, if true is not acceptable - I should point out that not having heard these words from his mouth with my own ears, I am still keeping an open mind, but the report is out there?

Lewis Holtby - now that would be something to get excited about.

Mind you, as Del Boy would say if he were to be asked if this move was likely 'No way Pedro!'

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Writer: The Tuckster  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 31 2014

Time: 8:16AM

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whoever gets Holtby will be getting a very clever and industries player and at a good price. I think the majority of Spurs fans will miss him, as he is top quality, however he is probably behind Eriksen and he has been superb recently, whilst Lewis has suffered injuries at the wrong time. Also Lewis is a great character and seemingly a good leader, so I have no doubt he will have a very good career, wherever he ends up at, whether short or long term
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31/01/2014 09:06:00

I personally love the kid he works to the last kick and plays with the passion which IMO is something we lack. Hope the boy comes to you rather than Fulspam and I hope he is loved and regarded as high as he is at the Lane.
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31/01/2014 09:56:00

Sorry guys! SSN are reporting he is training with them now subject to a loan agreement being signed 12 noon.
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31/01/2014 10:24:00

 

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