Tottenham Hotspur’s move for Yannick Bolasie: has it fallen through?

Yannick-Bolasie-Crystal-PalaceIn yet another transfer window filled with every piece of speculation under the sun, it seems another Spurs-linked player has confirmed that he will not be joining the club this summer.

Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie has been linked with a move to White Hart Lane for most of the summer, and back in June favourited my tweet linking him to Spurs.

But now it seems that the player has confirmed over social media that his future remains at Selhurst Park. However, if a similar tweet by Mousa Dembélé is anything to go by, could it suggest that a deal fell through?

Just two days after Benjamin Stambouli completed a move to Paris Saint-Germain, the Belgian midfielder tweeted a rare picture expressing his excitement for the upcoming season.

Dembélé, who is typically quiet on Twitter, appeared to confirm that he would not leave White Hart Lane but only after midfield competition in the form of Stambouli, Holtby, Capoue and Paulinho had sealed moves away.

Similarly, Bolasie is fairly discreet on social media, and this afternoon tweeted expressing his own excitement for the upcoming campaign. This leads many to speculate the timing of his tweet. Had no deal been in existence, why not declare enthusiasm for the season earlier?

Yesterday it was reported that Crystal Palace are determined to fight off interest in the winger. With the season beginning in just four days, has Daniel Levy failed in a move to sign Bolasie?

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3 thoughts on “Tottenham Hotspur’s move for Yannick Bolasie: has it fallen through?

  1. Richard Glen says:

    Keep your hands off he is going nowhere

  2. shamrockcoys says:

    all starting to sound a little bit panic now…..we could buy andy carroll for 55million …ah no….mr.levy will sort a striker…mr levy ..mr.levy you out there. striker? midfielder? hello hello

  3. He would be a great signing for Spurs, although a massive loss for Palace. I do hope he stays at Palace though, especially with there recent signings. Also be sure to check out my page.

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