Spurs midfielder remains on Rangers’ radar

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Rangers’ pursuit of Tottenham
Hotspur youngster Harry Winks has intensified with unconfirmed reports he is
being sounded out for a loan deal north of the border.
The 19-year old signed a new
long-term contract at White Hart Lane recently but his manager Mauricio Pochettino is
on good terms with Mark Warburton following fellow Spurs’
youngster Alex Pritchard’s successful loan spell at Warburton’s previous club
Brentford, and is reportedly keen to get experience under Winks’ belt.

The youngster is suited to
midfield, and the speculation over him claims he may be a sure bet to arrive at
Murray Park for training at the very least, in lieu
of negotiations over a loan deal.
The only snag holding the deal
back remains the usual problem Warburton has faced time and time again since
taking up the helm – persuading players of any nature to ply their trade in the
second tier of Scottish football, and it is unknown whether Winks would rather
remain squad material at Spurs, move to the infinitely lower level of the
Scottish Championship, or take his chances of a loan to a higher level.

8 COMMENTS

  1. Snag sure because we dont know what the fuck is going on?,appreciate we are not as strong as we were, nevertheless someone somewhere with a surname King can give credence to who we are, our support did not bring on this crash, is Manchester to be forgotten all of a sudden? thats the snag board you wanted the job you got it fix it.

  2. No no no no no no no no – Spurs need to be sending player to the English Championship or at worst League 1 to begin their outside development. Maybe if Rangers were likely to be playing European football but as things stand there is no way we should be considering sending players to what is in effect a semi-professional league.

    • I believe it would be a great deal for winks, rangers and Tottenham. It's not always about the quality of teams loanees play against, it's about their overall development. The lad will be first pick each game so will get plenty game time, play in front of 40-50k fans every second week, have pressure on him to perform, be under intense media pressure within the Glasgow fishbowl and have to learn how to deal with that also. Would he get any of that in league1 as a former poster suggested? Personally I highly doubt that, I think It'll make him a far more rounded and mature player if he comes and that'd only benefit himself and spurs in the future. It's a no brainer to me.

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