The Belgian had impressed in the 2014/15 campaign whilst on loan at Southampton.
“In football, everything can go quick but my focus is on Spurs and to be ready for the start of the season,”
“The manager knows that I’m committed to the team and to the club. Today I was made captain which shows the manager’s trust in me.”
This release clause expires today and reports suggest that if no-one meets Alderweireld’s release clause, his asking price will go up to £40m.
A lot of Spurs fans are still fearing the worst when it comes to losing Alderweired and they’ll hope he’s still a Spurs player when the transfer window shuts:
Can't believe no one has triggered his release cause this summer. Let's hope he at least see's this season out with us #coys
— Ben (@benspurs10) July 23, 2019
40mil is too cheap….
— thfc (@thfc45488373) July 23, 2019
Toby wasn’t interested in the move and wants to stay at Tottenham.
— Jules Bevis (@julesbevis) July 24, 2019
Keep him. He’s excellent
— Lord of Happiness (@soulsoldiermode) July 23, 2019
One more season and off to Ajax on a free. Fair all round I’d say.
— sandy cohen (@sandycohen86) July 23, 2019
Almost like we are begging someone to trigger it..
— Lee Snowden (@Snowden4000) July 23, 2019
If someone isn’t going to pay 25m, why would they pay 40m?
— ηicк barry ???????? (@nickpixtxt) July 23, 2019
Levy gets what Levy wants ????????
— Anson and on and on (@ansonharries) July 23, 2019