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‘Decided to stay’: Alasdair Gold says Tottenham teenager received ‘eye-watering’ offer this summer

The big story at Tottenham this summer was a player sale.

In fact, Harry Kane’s transfer to Bayern Munich was a watershed moment for Spurs. Despite Kane’s departure, Spurs were able to stave off interest in some of their other players.

Alasdair Gold claims in a video posted to his YouTube channel that Mikey Moore and Callum Olusesi turned down eye-watering deals to leave Tottenham this summer despite receiving a lot of attention from other teams.

Big offers came in

Gold revealed what he is aware of these two kids to be.

“At the age of 16, Callum Olusesi and Mikey Moore have pledged their future to Spurs. I was informed that they were receiving eye-watering offers. Players who were 15 or 16 years old had eye-watering offers coming in, but they chose to stay at Spurs, according to Gold.


Moore and Olusesi are two of the most intriguing young players we’ve seen at Tottenham in a long, so it’s critical that they remain there.

While the current success of this Tottenham team is receiving a lot of attention, the long-term objective is just as significant, and developing these young players will be crucial.

Spurs have always had a very strong academy, and they will only keep developing elite players if they turn down offers of this nature.

In the upcoming years, Moore and Olusesi are undoubtedly two guys to pay attention to.


Struggling Richarlison deserves credit with Ange Postecoglou the perfect boss to spark Spurs revival

Brazilian plans to seek psychological help after a difficult spell off the pitch and has the ideal manager to help him through this period

If Dele Alli’s open conversation with Gary Neville in July has taught us anything, it is to pause before passing judgment on a player who is out of shape.

Elite players have complicated pasts and tangled personal lives just like the rest of us, and their challenges on the field can be caused by off-field issues just as much as fitness, confidence, or skill.

For instance, Richarlison, one of Dele’s replacements in the Tottenham attack, announced this week that, following a “turbulent time” away from the field for the previous five months, he will seek “psychological help” when he returns from international service.

Richarlison’s revelation came after he was pictured in tears on Brazil’s bench during the 5-1 win over Bolivia, in which he failed to score and was substituted. He then started the 1-0 win over Peru and had a goal disallowed — continuing a steady streak of rotten luck.

Perfect coach: Ange Postecoglou is the ideal manager to help spark a Richarlison revival 

Since joining Spurs from Everton for £60 million two summers ago, Richarlison hasn’t played for his nation since the World Cup, and he feels like nothing has gone right for him.

He was regularly used inappropriately on the right by Antonio Conte last season, and he missed a total of 11 club matches due to injury setbacks either side of the World Cup.

During the season, he received criticism from his new teammate Brennan Johnson and later from some media outlets for juggling the ball against Nottingham Forest, and fellow professionals Michail Antonio and Callum Wilson made fun of him for celebrating shirtless after goals that were later overturned by VAR.

After Spurs were eliminated from the Champions League in March, he publicly stated that he had a “s**t” season. Conte concurred.

Richarlison’s supposedly last-ditch equalizer at Anfield to seal a comeback from a 3-0 deficit felt scripted — the former Everton star returning to Merseyside to curse Liverpool — and like a potential lift-off moment when he eventually broke his league duck for Spurs.


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