Spurs confirm double deal

Tottenham have announced the signings of Swansea duo Ben Davies and Michel Vorm, with Gylfi Sigurdsson moving in the opposite direction.

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peeyugo (Arsenal) says...

Why in the world did they let Siguurdsson go? Looks like a decent player

Posted 5:32pm 24th July 2014

s_man (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

I'm happy enough with this, Vorm is a very competent keeper and I really cant see Lloris staying beyond this season if we fail to qualify for the CL. Ben Davis is a decent left back and is young, a bit disappointed to see Gylfi go, thought he fitted in well and had some decent games for us.

Posted 1:50pm 24th July 2014

outrun (Arsenal) says...

solid signings from Spurs, although Siguurdsson dug them out of a hole a couple of times last season.

Posted 12:57pm 24th July 2014

gtbl (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

@seamy82, Vorm has already confirmed in an interview in the Netherlands that he accepts he'll be number 2 but doesn't mind considering all the competitions we'll be playing in. And, although it doesn't mean a huge amount, Hugo signed a new 5-year deal about 2 weeks ago. Which I doubt he would have done if he had immediate designs on leaving..

Posted 12:20pm 24th July 2014

thomspur (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Excellent business by Spurs, one Striker and one centre-back and we're good for the new season.

Posted 10:58am 24th July 2014

seamy82 (Arsenal) says...

Lloris is surely on the way out. I doubt Vorm would be making the move if he wasn't given assurances about starting as the Spurs No. 1

Posted 10:50am 24th July 2014

KevinBoatang says...

Great piece of business doing a swapsies for Siggy (best of luck btw). Spurs slowly going about their transfers and I fully expect some more well worked deals for one or two more. Poch has already said he simply doesn't need loads, he already has them.

Posted 10:31am 24th July 2014

dannyjohnson says...

Looks very much like Andre AVB Villas Boas in the picture.

Posted 10:54pm 23rd July 2014

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