The representative and father of Fernando Llorente have confirmed that the Spaniard won’t be extending his contract with Tottenham Hotspur. The 33-year-old has a poor debut season with Spurs where he struggled for goals as well as gametime and he is now said to be eyeing a fresh challenge with Napoli said to be interested in his signature.
Speaking to Calcio Napoli 24, Llorente’s father said that his son would be honoured to play for a club of Napoli’s calibre but so far, he has not received any approach from the Naples outfit. He added that the marksman has no plans of extending his Spurs contract whatsoever with his existing deal due to expire in 12 months’ time.
Derby County midfielder Tom Huddlestone said that his team needs to remain focus if they want to get a place in the play-off. They have been struggling for form since February and have yet to win a game since then.
Tom Huddlestone said that there is still hope for the team and that they need to believe that they can make it. He said that the players have been fighting hard all season and that it would be a disappointment to miss the play-off now. Read More
Everton are breaking new grounds under new boss Farhad Moshiri. They have just posted a record turnover, meaning things are going well at Goodison Park financially. However, the Merseyside Blues have been urged to tow the path of Tottenham Hotspur and build the club into a top tier side.
The Toffees posted £171.3 million in turnover and a post-tax profit of £30 million. The club also recorded 66 percent increase in sponsorship and advertising revenue. The record breaking shirt deal with SportPesa and sleeve sponsorship with Angry Birds means they will better the £15.4 million they earned in the 2017 financial year.
Derby County striker Darren Bent is praising Tom Huddlestone for his efforts in the team. They played together at Tottenham Hotspur but they are yet to line up together at Derby as Bent remains sidelined.
The midfielder moved back to the Rams this summer from Hull City following their relegation to the Championship. Huddlestone left Derby back in 2005 as a rising youngster. After his time in the Premier League, he returned to the club, where he has been impressive ever since. Read More
After having spent 4 seasons with Hull City, Tom Huddlestone has reached the end with the English Premier League club which recently suffered relegation after having finished at the 18th spot during the season of 2016-17.
Hull City will now have to compete in the English League Championship without Tom Huddlestone as he joined Derby County for a fee of €2 million on a 2 year long contract.
The English midfielder has been performing with Hull City since 2013 and during this time-lapse of 4 years, Huddlestone appears to have developed a close relationship with the fans, players, technical staff and just about everyone that plays any kind of role in the club and he made it clear just how impactful they have been for him after penning an emotional goodbye letter which read:
“I have to say a massive thank you for the past four years. It’s been a bumpy ride along the way but enjoyable none the less. From a haircut on the pitch, to an FA Cup final, to European games at the KC. All experiences we won’t forget. The fans have been excellent with me, you are what make a football club what it is. Read More
Premier League side West Bromwich Albion are reportedly chasing Hull City star Tom Huddlestone after rival Stoke City snapped up Darren Fletcher.
are seeking a replacement after Fletcher agreed a two year deal with City last week. The 30-year old Huddlestone has a contract clause that could see him exit Hull if they were relegated from the top flight.
With the Tigers exiting the top flight, West Bromare keen on signing him as his release clause is £2 million. Huddlestone joined Hull from Spurs in 2013 for £5million. He agreed to two year contract renewal last term so his deal is in its final year.
With Hull set to spend time in the Championship, the player is likely to exit KCOM stadium. The player was quite emotional when the club was confirmed relegated after their loss to Crystal Palace.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is hoping to replace Fletcher without another experienced player. They finished in the top ten last term and want to replicate the form at least and possibly push up higher. Read More