Time for goodbye? 3 Ideal PL destinations for this £23m Tottenham star including Everton

Tottenham opinion: 3 Ideal destinations for Serge Aurier

According to a report from the Sun, Tottenham Hotspur are willing to let go of Serge Aurier and Kieran Trippier as they look to fund a move for Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Aurier, who was bought from Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 for £23million, is expected to be available for half of that price and it would be a steal for any club.

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Aurier has had a troubled season so far for Spurs and has played just 8 games. At just 26 years of age, the Aurier still has a lot to give in his career and here are three ideal Premier League destinations for the player:

West Ham

Manuel Pellegrini’s side will have to dive into the transfer market in the summer in order to replace the ageing Pablo Zabaleta. The Argentine turned 34 in January and his contract with the club expires in the summer.

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Aurier would be a fantastic addition to the Hammers squad and would provide a good balance between the attack and the defence. The Ivorian isn’t short of experience too and has the ability to cause serious damage on the right flank along with Yarmolenko when he returns from injury next season.


Both Seamus Coleman and Jonjoe Kenny have struggled to make a massive impact under Marco Silva at Goodison Park and the Toffees have to find a suitable replacement who can fit their manager’s style.

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Aurier’s technical ability will surely help Everton and he would be an incredible attacking threat down the right-hand side. Aurier’s runs on the right flank combined with Gylfi Sigurdsson’s vision to find him has the potential to be Everton’s biggest attacking threat next season.

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It has been a horrible season for the Saints as they are fighting for survival in the Premier League. The departure of Cedric wasn’t a welcome sign for Southampton, who now have Yan Valery in the right wing-back role.

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The young Frenchman has done brilliantly for the Saints but he is their only option there. The addition of Serge Aurier will improve the Saints squad massively and will also provide some much-needed guidance and competition to Valery, which will be a massive positive for Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side.


Written by Shamanth Jayaram

24-year old Electrical engineer turned football writer, born and brought up in Bangalore.

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