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Tottenham thwarted by unexpected U-turn as mutual interest develops for target to sign up with London rival

Tottenham Hotspur target Tosin Adarabioyo could now negotiate a new contract with Fulham rather than explore a transfer in 2024, according to a report.

Adarabioyo is into the final year of his contract with Fulham, who faced interest in his services from Tottenham


and during the summer, Monaco. As things stand, they run the risk of witnessing him agree to a pre-contract in January with a foreign team.

Alternatively, Tottenham is expected to rekindle their interest in him by putting in a bid, giving Fulham one more opportunity to profit. Maybe it wouldn’t be, though.

In fact, it has been reported by the Evening Standard that Fulham is willing to have fresh negotiations with Adarabioyo regarding a contract extension. The headline also suggests the player is prepared to follow manager Marco Silva in committing his future to Craven Cottage, even though the report doesn’t go into great detail about it.

Adarabioyo joined Fulham in 2020 after being acquired from Manchester City following a successful loan stint with

At the age of 26, he should be aware that the next contract he signs – with Fulham or anyone else – would likely last for the course of his prime years.

Adarabioyo has experience playing in the Champions League for Man City, so there may be a better chance for him to return there with Tottenham than Fulham, even though Silva’s team has performed well since returning to the top flight.

Additionally, it seems that some of the manager’s key players may feel more confident that they are making progress after he signed a contract extension.

Adarabioyo in particular is thought to have made a U-turn in his position, as he had previously appeared more inclined to relocate in the upcoming year.

In this instance, it appears Fulham still has a chance to emerge victorious over Tottenham, who signed Manor Solomon this summer following his time with the Cottagers.

What next for Tottenham if they miss out on Adarabioyo?

Tottenham may still need to find a new defender because Ange Postecoglou has not been able to rely on Eric Dier, who is anticipated to leave the team in 2024.

Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven have been Postecoglou’s favorite center-back duo. But Tottenham may require additional depth, particularly if they play in Europe again the following season.

Spurs will just have to look elsewhere or accept the possibility of having to pay a higher fee than anticipated if Fulham succeeds in tying Adarabioyo down.


Jude Bellingham seems to have created a new celebration with James Maddison


Jude Bellingham and James Maddison appear to have become the best of friends over the recent international break, and the Real Madrid star even has a new goal celebration thanks to the Spurs man.

James Maddison is proving to be incredibly influential on the pitch for his new club. Since joining Tottenham Hotspur in the summer, the playmaker has become the club’s vice-captain, and has forged a very fruitful

collaboration with Hung-min Son.

Maddison’s goal against Fulham on Monday night, his first at home for the new Spurs player, brought his total for his early career in North London (Transfermarkt) to three goals and five assists.

Maddison’s outstanding play has also made him a more consistent member of Gareth Southgate’s England team. Additionally, it is evident that he has forged a strong friendship with Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham while serving for his country.

The Daily Mail recently published an article that described how Maddison, Bellingham, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Jack Grealish had gone out following last week’s victory over Italy.

James Maddison

Bellingham’s goal celebration linked to Maddison

Perhaps that night out is where Bellingham’s new celebration came from. While the Madrid player has long opted

He might have recently made a new move public on social media in order to celebrate with more of a traditional arms-out celebration.

This week, Bellingham posted a video of the “Sheriffs” celebration on Instagram, which is similar to a salute. Maddison then responded by performing the same gesture.

Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Maddison, two other English players, were also tagged in Bellingham’s initial post.

It’s fantastic that Maddison is now a true member of the England team and is, well deservedly, playing more for the Three Lions. If he is getting along so well with Jude Bellingham, perhaps he can convince him to become a part of the Spurs revolution.


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