Spurs plan swoop for Wijnaldum and Draxler


According to 90min, Paris Saint-Germain midfielders Georginio Wijnaldum and Julian Draxler are set to be part of a loan swap deal which would involve Tottenham’s Tanguy Ndombele or Dele Alli in the opposite direction.

The Lowdown: Ndombele and Alli exiled to Spurs

According to a reliable journalist fabrice romano, Spurs and PSG are still in loan talks for club-record signing Ndombele, and the Lilywhites are considering various options to replace the midfielder directly.

Lilywhites manager Antonio Conte exiled the 25-year-old to N17, leaving the Frenchman out of matchday squads for their previous two Premier League games, and he even forced him to train alone at Hotspur Way.

Dele Alli also faced a similar situation under the 52-year-old, having been left out of Spurs’ squad for the London derby against Chelsea and only making the starting XI four times in all competitions during the reign. from the Italian to the club.

The latest: Wijnaldum and Draxler open to Spurs loans

90 Minutes editor Sean Walsh reported on Wijnaldum and Draxler’s interest in a possible loan move to Tottenham, sharing a link to his article by Twitter.

In the tweet, he summed up: “Georginio Wijnaldum and Julian Draxler are open to join #THFC on loan, potentially as part of a deal to send Tanguy Ndombele or Dele Alli to PSG.

The news comes as the Ligue 1 club decided which players they could include as part of a swap deal to lure Ndombele or Dele away from Spurs.

Wijnaldum is said to be open to a return to the Premier League and his representatives have informed Tottenham of his desire to return to England. Draxler would also be an option for Spurs as the German has been on the sidelines of the PSG squad for several years so it seems likely the club would be willing to let him go on loan.

The verdict: a good deal for all parties

With the details of the deal still to be determined, it is difficult to determine the plausibility of a complex swap deal. However, looking at the players involved on paper, Spurs appear to be in for a bargain, especially considering that the two potentially outgoing midfielders were both effectively exiled by Conte.

Having made 217 Premier League appearances and won some of football’s biggest competitions, Wijnaldum is a proven player who could have an instant impact in Spurs’ midfield.

Draxler could also prove to be a shrewd signing who could provide Conte with depth in attacking positions. He has excelled in the Bundesliga in previous years, and squad rotation can be crucial if Tottenham are to qualify for the Champions League, so they could do much worse than bring in the Germany international as well.

In other news – ‘Still in talks’: Fabrizio Romano provides update on exit-linked Spurs colossus


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