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PremierLeague-News.Com - Tottenham news: Plenty of players have already made an impression at the World Cup in Qatar already and Tottenham could make a move for some of those in the January transfer window

Premier league news Unexpected stars of the World Cup so far that Spurs can sign in January Last spor news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Tottenham news: Plenty of players have already made an impression at the World Cup in Qatar already and Tottenham could make a move for some of those in the January transfer window

Premier league news Unexpected stars of the World Cup so far that Spurs can sign in January Last spor news
23 November 2022 - 13:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! We've already seen several special performances at the World Cup, both by individual players and teams as a collective. Tuesday produced one of the most shocking results in World Cup history as Saudi Arabia beat Argentina in Group C, whilst England were relentless in their 6-2 win over Iran on Monday. Harry Kane produced two assists in the latter of those games, though Tottenham and Three Lions fans will be concerned by the fact that he had to strap his ankle before leaving the stadium. Although Kane will be fully focused on England for now, Fabio Paratici, Antonio Conte and Tottenham's scouting network will be following some hidden gems throughout the tournament. With that in mind, let's take a look at some unexpected stars who Spurs could look to sign in the winter transfer market. READ MORE: What Raheem Sterling did after England goal highlights underappreciated Harry Kane quality Joakim Maehle (Denmark) 25-year-old Maehle was awarded the Player of the Match award for his performance at left-wingback in Denmark's 0-0 draw with Tunisia. Spurs need to strengthen at wingback and the Atalanta star is a perfect option in that area. He's valued at £12million, but because his contract doesn't expire until 2025, Tottenham would have to pay over the odds to sign him. Mehdi Taremi (Iran) Although Iran suffered a heavy defeat against England, Taremi impressed and his brace will certainly give his nation a glimmer of hope for the remainder of the group stages.

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. The Porto striker could be the perfect backup frontman for 18 months or so, but Spurs face competition from the likes of Chelsea. According to Portuguese outlet A Bola, the Blues went to watch Taremi last month as Porto won 4-1 over Braga. A Bola, via the Express, claimed that the west Londoners made contact with the Portuguese side to explore the possibility of signing the £17.3million-rated striker. Cesar Montes (Mexico) Montes held things together at the back for Mexico against Poland, especially in the first half. He had the difficult job of marshalling Robert Lewandowski, but he stayed tight to the forward and ensured that he remained quiet throughout with superb defensive play. He also looked comfortable in possession, which is something that's important to Conte building out from the back. Tottenham need depth at centre-back, and as he's valued at just £6million from CF Monterrey, the 25-year-old could be an option worth exploring. READ NEXT: Tottenham ace Cristian Romero suffers Argentina nightmare as Lionel Messi World Cup dream hit Antonio Conte's Djed Spence call amid James Maddison and Anthony Gordon Tottenham transfer talk Why England and Tottenham have major worry over Harry Kane ankle injury amid long-term issue Argentina make Cristian Romero World Cup decision vs Saudi Arabia after Tottenham injury absence Full list of Tottenham players going to Qatar 2022 World Cup as Eric Dier, Rodrigo Bentancur in

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