Tottenham should beat Arsenal to sign this £50m-rated defensive beast amidst Alderweireld’s uncertain future

Tottenham Opinion – Why Spurs should beat Arsenal for Michael Keane

According to a report in Daily Mail, North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham could be in a race over the signature of Michael Keane from Everton.

The representatives of both sides were present at the London stadium, when the Toffees got the better of West Ham this past Saturday. (h/t Daily Mail)

Keane has been excellent this season, that earned him a call-up in the England side. He did well in the last month’s Euro Qualifiers as well.

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Michael Keane

With those things in mind, Everton could demand a fee around £50million if any team comes up with an offer on the table.  

Here’s why Tottenham should beat Arsenal over the signature of Michael Keane in the summer window:

Spurs have more issues regarding their centre-back futures

If we take a look at Tottenham, their first-choice centre-backs Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen do not have their long-term futures sorted at the club.

While the former has one more year left in his contract and he is available for £25m this summer due to a clause in his deal, the latter only has a year left in his contract and could be a free agent by the end of next season.

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Hence, it is imperative from the club’s point of view to sign a solid centre-back in the upcoming transfer window. All that being said, Michael Keane could be an ideal addition to this team.

The Englishman is relatively young and possesses a lot of qualities to come in and impact in the Tottenham jersey.

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Everything points towards the conclusion that Keane could be a good inclusion to the Tottenham squad. Furthermore, with Spurs potentially expected to be short on centre-back options, getting the Englishman would suffice more to them rather than Arsenal.

Written by Mizgan Masani

A football enthusiast, who loves to analyse the game in depth. Following various leagues and knowing about the playing styles of different managers intrigues me to the core.
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