Sunday, September 15, 2019

Dutch star snubs Tottenham

In a bid to become the most creative side in Europe, Tottenham are reportedly interested in the services of Rafael van der Vaart. The Dutch midfielder has had a magnificent Euro 2008 and has seen interest from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United arise.

But, according to The Telegraph, he would not be interested in a move to Tottenham. Despite his ambition to play in the Champions League, van der Vaart is thought to be happy at Hamburg. As a result, he has decided that he will only leave Hamburg to join a club that excites him.

“The interest has been there for some time already, but they are not the club I want to go to.

“The chance that I will stay at HSV is really big. As long as no team comes by which makes me immediately excited, I see no reason to leave.” Said van der Vaart, as reported by The Telegraph.

[Sources: The Telegraph]

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The SPECULATION about VDV and Spurs is simply a load of rubbish. Pure and simple! There is absolutely no evidence that Spurs have approached or made an offer to Hamburg. VDV himself has said that so far no clubs have approached him, so there’s a clue,folks, that this is only speculation! In fact this is probably a “Beat” writer for one of the British rags (Sun, Mail or Mirror) calling Jol to SPECULATE and then link a refusal with Spurs. RESULT: some skuzzy beat writer gets another “Spurs snubbed” story and Jol gets a little payback by embarrassing Spurs! Typical… Read more »

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