Spurs target £10 million former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder

Tottenham are preparing a £10 million move for Portsmouth midfielder Lassan Diarra. The French international has impressed during his time at Pompey since moving from Arsenal last January and this has caught the attention of Spurs boss Juande Ramos. (Daily Mirror)



The former Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder has made just over a dozen appearances for Pompey, scoring once in the process. He played no small part in Portsmouth winning the FA Cup this year and has become an instant fan favourite at Fratton Park.

I personally think Diarra should stay at Pompey for at least another year and then think about moving to a side like Spurs. He is a terrific passer of and I think he can only get better with age so although I don't think he will move to White Hart Lane this summer, I certainly wouldn't be ruling it out next summer.

 

6 comments:

  1. Sue said,

    When you go to Spurs your career only goes one way and that's down

    on 2:29 p.m.  


  2. Anonymous said,

    what a good comment sue.....maybe u should stick to doing bj's and not comment about footie. im sure berbatov wouldnt agree with u.....nor would keane....or king...i could go on and on

    on 2:48 p.m.  


  3. Anonymous said,

    Sue's right, the spuds are toilet, just watch dos santos fade into obscurity! Berb is leaving to go to a bigger club like villa or newcastle or man city they are all bigger with better histories than you spuds who have major delusions of granduer, theres just one problem....you're not any good! Keane is a good player, too good for the spuds, he should leave for sunderland. And as for King, he might be good but he's always injured!

    on 3:15 p.m.  


  4. Hoddleisgod said,

    The anonymous who said "Spuds are toilet" do you know anything about football. I realise you were only joking about Berb going to villa or newcastle, if he leaves it will be to spain or italy. Newcastle a big club? The last cup was 1954 I think, but you look it up. Also villa without Gareth Barry will go backwards. Finally, both Mr Keegan and Mr O'Neill says their clubs have no chance of breaking into the top 4, but Spurs could do it, but we will have to see.

    on 5:09 p.m.  


  5. Anonymous said,

    Where does Sue get time to read this anyway? Surely the ironing is piling up!

    on 5:12 p.m.  


  6. Anonymous said,

    could be a boy named sue.....

    on 5:30 p.m.