Juventus lead race to sign Tottenham’s Paulinho, as Serie A champions also chase Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic Juventus met with Tottenham directors to discuss a January offer for Paulinho, it’s reported. It had already been suggested in the British media that there was Bianconeri interest for the Brazilian midfielder. This evening Tuttomercatoweb claim that Juve and Spurs directors had a meeting in Milan. Another encounter is planned within the next 48 hours to discuss terms. Paulinho had also been linked with Inter, Milan and Napoli. The Brazil international signed for £17m from Corinthians in 2013 but has failed to hold down a place under Mauricio Pochettino. Juventus are favourites to take him from White Hart Lane as they will offer to buy while Milan can only offer a loan. They have reportedly made a new €18m bid for Manchester City forward Stevan Jovetic. The 25-year-old has been linked with Juve many times before, including when he left Fiorentina to […]

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that he is happy with the current squad and could refrain from signing new players come January. The 42-year old is yet to spend a huge amount of money on a single player as the manager and could continue that trend. He said, “January is not about whether we sign a player or not. I am happy with my squad. “I never put pressure on the club to sign a player. As head coach I try to explain to the chairman and the sporting director my thoughts and after we decide together what is best for the club.” Pochettino’s most expensive signing so far is left back Ben Davies after having signed from Swansea for a fee of €12.65m. He spent wisely in the summer as he strengthened almost every area of his team. Ben Davies €12.65m Federico Fazio €10m Benjamin Stambouli €5.90m Michel Vorm €5.69m Eric Dier €5m DeAndre Yedlin €2.60m Pochettino’s signings at Tottenham so far […]

The midfielder has emerged as a potential January target for Brazilian clubs Sao Paulo and Corinthians. Midfielder Paulinho, who is yet to start a Premier League game for Tottenham Hotspur , might be close to the exit door as the as Sao Paulo and former club Corinthians show interest in bringing him back home in Brazil. Since Mauricio Pochettino took over as Tottenham manager, the midfielder has fallen down the pecking order and has become increasingly frustrated with his minimal playing time. The fact that the Brazilian is yet to make his first Premier League start of the season suggests that he might not be a part of Pochettino’s plans. The 26-year old moved to London in 2013 after Tottenham coughed up £17 million to acquire his services. His former club, Corianthans are said to be interested in bringing the midfielder back home to Brazil. Reports have suggested that, also showing interest in signing Paulinho are another Brazilian club Sao […]