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Mourinho Urges Tottenham Hotspur To Sign Mukairu

Mourinho Urges Tottenham Hotspur To Sign Mukairu

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Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho hopes the club act quickly and secure the services of Anderlecht loanee Paul Mukairu .

Mukairu has impressed in the Belgian Pro League this season after arriving Anderlecht on loan from Turkish outfit Antalyaspor last summer.

The young forward has scored two goals and recorded four assists in 19 league appearances for Vincent Kompany’s side.

He has also been linked with a move to Ajax, Bayer Leverkusen and Roma.

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However, Voetbal Primeur claims Mourinho is also an admirer and has urged Tottenham to snap up the 21-year-old. They state the club are more than willing to match the €5m asking price for the Nigerian, who is seen as one for the future.

Last week, it emerged that Ajax are likely to be Spurs’ main competition for the young star.

“Ajax are interested in Paul,” a representative speaking on behalf of the left-winger explained.

“He is a highly technical player who will fit the Ajax style. He is not yet the finished article. But Ajax would be a great club for him to continue with his development.

“It will also be a chance for the player to feature in the Champions League season after season.”

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  • pompei 1 month ago

    Ajax would be great for his development. They will polish up his game and help him become an even better player.

     
  • It would seem that Tottenham just wants him for financial reasons. They will buy him then loan him out to other clubs until they find a club that is willing to pay a higher price for him than what they paid. If thats not the case then how will he play for the team when he hasn’t played the required number of games for his national team to enable him get a work permit. We dont want another similar issue to what happened to awoniyi at Liverpool or omerua at chelsea. Let the young man go to ajax, Nigerian players have a good history at the club and he is sure of playing regularly and sharpening his skills there.