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After losing favor with Antonio Conte, the £80,000-a-week player has had limited action in the Premier League this season, totaling just 12 minutes of action.
The Italian coach has not included Tottenham’s No. 27 in the team’s Premier League roster recently, and the player did not even make an appearance off the bench in Spurs’ 1-0 victory over Wolves.
Consequently, both Steven Gerrard and Eddie Howe attempted to sign the Brazil international, but, according to the trustworthy Romano, Spurs ultimately decided to keep the South American player.
The Turkish powerhouses initially proposed a loan deal to Tottenham that contained a buyout clause for the 30-year-old.
However, Lucas was unable to secure a transfer to the Süper Lig. Keep an eye on Lucas at Tottenham for Aston Villa and Newcastle. Our analysis suggests that the crisis is far from finished. As reported by UOL, Lucas will most likely depart Spurs on a free transfer in 2023, when his contract in N17 would have expired.
As Romano confirms, there is a possibility that the man who defeated Ajax on that historic night in Amsterdam will leave with nothing to show for his time there come July 2023.
Richarlison’s £60 million transfer from Everton has pushed Lucas’s £23 million move from PSG to Spurs in 2018 down the pecking order, and it seems unlikely that Lucas would re-sign with the club.
Spurs fans will be sad to see Lucas leave given everything he’s done for the team, but at 30 years old and with others ahead of him in Conte’s selection process, it may soon be time for him to quit north London.
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