Man Utd appear to have been handed a boost in their pursuit of Spurs midfielder Harry Winks.
Harry Winks started nine Premier League games for a disappointing Tottenham team. £25m sounds fair.
"This has nothing to do with Ryan Mason at all," says Jamie Carragher, who really does not hold back.
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Winks has made just five Premier League starts for Tottenham this season...
Harry Winks has reportedly grown frustrated with his lack of game time under boss Jose Mourinho.
Winks started Spurs' first three Premier League games of the season but has since featured for just 17 minutes.
Winks went straight down the tunnel having being substituted and Alli joined him after he was unused from the bench.
Mourinho joked that he would have said Winks' goal was deliberate. So now he's 'unhappy' with him.
Spurs midfielder Harry Winks scored from 56 yards in their 4-0 win over Ludogorets.
Everton are being linked with three of Jose's cast-offs and a World Cup winner not wanted at Juventus...
Winks has struggled for game time under Jose Mourinho and could make a move to ensure his Euro 2020 place.
"Coming through the ranks, he’s been there a long time, maybe he needs that fresh challenge."
Harry Winks has played just 17 minutes in the Premier League since the start of October.
Tottenham defender Eric Dier will miss England’s Nations League clash with Denmark through injury.
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Yes that's Harry Winks. What are you going to do about it?
Nine different combinations in ten games. Is he seriously going to play Declan Rice?
Jose Mourinho has plenty of midfield options yet none of them can form a functioning pair. No pressure, Gedson Fernandes...
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Jose doesn't seem to fancy Harry Winks much but that hasn't put off United or City...
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Poch called Winks 'little Iniesta' but his youth coach sees greater similarities with Zidane.
"When Winks gets the ball, is he better than Alexander-Arnold?” Keown thinks not...
Let's build a new, proactive midfield that could take us through three tournaments.
Spurs "don't go into any game beaten mentally". So look out, Manchester City and Liverpool.
Ben Davies and Harry Winks seem pretty chuffed with their new terms at Tottenham...
Gary Neville says that the "outstanding" Harry Winks "is a must moving forward" for England.
Only three of this lot are actually in Aidy Bothroyd's Under-21 tournament squad. How we wish he had called up Dele Alli...
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