Inter Milan want to sign Erik Lamela

mawspurs

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Inter Milan are planning for the long term. They're determined to bring Erik Lamela back to Italy and are prepared to wait until the summer to make the deal happen.

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But he doesn't want to go there, because he likes it at Spurs. The interview with Hytner made me even more impressed with him and our manager.
 
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The problem will arise if we go ahead & sign Malcolm, along with the (hopeful, fingers-crossed, touch wood) signing of Moura. I think he & Sissoko could find themselves as the odd-ones out in that equation.

Alli, Eriksen & Son are play when fit, so add to that 2 more (hopeful) exciting players, then thats 5 players vying for the 3 x attacking midfield slots. I'd like to see an academy player join that list, as well so its hard to see how he might get loads of game time.
 

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there's nothing wrong with wanting to sign him, expecting to sign is an entirely different matter
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The problem will arise if we go ahead & sign Malcolm, along with the (hopeful, fingers-crossed, touch wood) signing of Moura. I think he & Sissoko could find themselves as the odd-ones out in that equation.

Alli, Eriksen & Son are play when fit, so add to that 2 more (hopeful) exciting players, then thats 5 players vying for the 3 x attacking midfield slots. I'd like to see an academy player join that list, as well so its hard to see how he might get loads of game time.
If Coco stays fit ( and that's a big IF ) he will play a lot of football.
Before he got injured he was a starter for us.
Malcom and Moura are gambles ( if they even come here) and May or May not work out.
You only have to look at our last 3 signings from France to see that.
 
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