Today's Top Words:
tottenham champions spurs against pochettino final club game season players fans palace first time mauricio
Transfer news: Sporting Lisbon 'to offer Bruno Fernandes new deal but may still sell the midfielder'

Below is a summary of the full article. Click here for the full version or go back to Spurs Live

Huge boost for United and Tottenham as Sporting Lisbon 'may still sell £63m-rated Bruno Fernandes in January - despite their plan to offer him bumper new deal'Sporting Lisbon are reportedly ready to offer Bruno Fernandes a new contractHowever, the Portuguese side may still decide to sell him in the January window Tottenham and Man United wanted to sign the £63million-rated playmakerA summer move to England failed to materialise in the final days of the window

Sporting Lisbon are reportedly set to offer Bruno Fernandes a new deal – but could still sell the 25-year-old in January should the right offer come in.

Tottenham came close to signing the Portuguese playmaker in the final few days of the summer transfer window but were a few million pounds short of meeting Sporting's valuation.

After several failed attempts of trying to leave the club this summer, Sporting are now ready to meet with Fernandes to discuss improved terms on a new deal, according to The Sun via A Bola.

Sporting Lisbon are reportedly ready to offer Bruno Fernandes a new contract

The reports suggests that the Portuguese outfit will offer their star player £1.8million-a-year, which is £1.3m short of the £3.1m-a-year deal Spurs were offering.

Manchester United could also be in for the Portugal international in three months time. 

According to the Manchester Evening News, United will be aiming to sign a new midfielder once the window reopens after funds have been made available to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. 

Spurs still remains as favourites to sign Fernandes but United may be tempted to make a move after the north London club's initial approach was blocked. 

Sporting will ask for £63m should any club register an interest in their star player.

Fernandes featured in both of Portugal's wins over Lithuania and Serbia in the past week

Following his failed move to the English capital, Fernandes told GQ Portugal: 'As you all know, Tottenham made a lot of proposals for me. Everything was right with me - or practically should be. 

'I never made any big demands, my manager was always dealing with the financials.

'It was and is my goal to play in England, Sporting you know that, everyone knows that, and there were conditions for things to be done.

'But Sporting understood that the value was not enough and I have to respect the decision.'


For more news relating to Manchester United, visit our sister site MUFC Live.
Click to visit Daily Mail | Click to return to Spurs Live
Share Spurs Live

Dont Buy The Sun

rss icon

Arsenal News - Chelsea News - Everton News - Liverpool FC News - Man City News - Manchester United News - Newcastle News - Spurs News - West Ham News - Celtic News - Rangers News - BeIN Sports Schedule - < - Contact

©2018 Spurs Live.

Valid XHTML 1.0 StrictDont Buy The Sun [Valid RSS]