Pundit expects Tottenham to lower asking price for 25 years – Spurs Web



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Paul Robinson has revealed that he expects Tottenham Hotspur to lower the asking price for Harry Winks if the midfielder finds himself struggling for a few minutes this season.

Wink was linked to a move of Spurs during the summer transfer window after struggling for playing time for most of last season under Jose Mourinho.

However, the 25-year-old ended up staying at his childhood club, with sources claiming that he wanted to fight for his place under Nuno Espirito Santo.

The temperature reported last week that while Tottenham were ready to cash in on Winks during the summer, the £ 40million price they put on the midfielder was preventing Aston Villa and Everton from suing the England international.

Robinson believes Winks is good enough to get into the starting lineup for most Premier League sides and has insisted Spurs may have to lower their prices if they want to take advantage of him.

The former Tottenham number one told Football Insider: “Winks needs a break.

“He has to go to a club week after week. If Nuno doesn’t see him as a big part of his plans, he has to go and play regularly. Wherever it is.

“He’s a player that I rate very, very high. I think he goes into most other Premier League teams.

“Winks is never injured, he’s always available and is capable of producing seven, eight out of 10 performances a week when given a series of games.

“Let’s be honest, £ 40million is a lot for a player who doesn’t play. A player is only worth what another club is willing to pay. I think this price will drop considerably as there were obviously no buyers willing to this price in the summer. “

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While I think Winks has been unfairly referred to as a scapegoat by Spurs fans over the past 12 months, this is obviously the last-ditch show for the midfielder if he is to save his Tottenham career. .

Nuno will hand him minutes in the Conference League, FA Cup and League Cup and unless he grabs those opportunities with both hands he could be set to leave in January or next summer.

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