Here is your Tottenham morning digest on Thursday, October 7.
Carlos Vinicius opens up on Tottenham loan spell
Former Spurs loanee Carlos Vinicius has revealed that Tottenham could not sign him on a permanent deal after his temporary spell in north London ended.
The Benfica hitman joined the club on loan last term but his opportunities were limited to just nine outings in the Premier League under Jose Mourinho and Ryan Mason. The Brazilian has since suggested that Spurs were considering bringing him back on a permanent basis, but were not quite able to secure a deal.
Talking to Zerozero, he said: “Yes, at times Tottenham wanted to [buy me], but ended up not being able to.”
Read the full story here.
Paratici gives Tottenham verdict
Fabio Paratici has given his verdict on what has been a rollercoaster start to the season so far at Tottenham.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s men were the early Premier League leaders but have since endured an inconsistent few weeks.
When asked for his thoughts on the season so far, Paratici replied: “The work of the month is we have to be balanced. So we start one month and we have three very good results and then more this month maybe so and so.
“I think we are one step up, we are one step up because also the difficulties are important for to be something.”
Read the Italian’s comments in full here.
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Aurier pens emotional statement
After his move to Spanish outfit Villarreal was confirmed earlier this week, former Tottenham defender Serge Aurier has written a goodbye statement to the north London club.
Taking to Instagram, the Ivorian wrote: “You have shown unfailing support during these four seasons and I really want to thank you because you have given me so much!
“The last few months have not been easy and I would have liked to say goodbye to you on better terms, but each story comes to an end, you have to know how to accept it and move on!”
Read more here.