Tottenham Hotspurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has said he didn’t know anything about Victor Wanyama’s purported move to Belgium.
The Harambee Stars captain has have been a subject of transfer speculation to Belgian side Club Bruges but according to Pochetinho in his Friday press conference ahead of their clash with Newcastle, he didn’t know anything about the transfer.
“I don't know (on Wanyama’s move). To be honest, I can’t say something that will or something that won't happen," Pochetinho said.
Earlier in the week, BBC had reported that Spurs had initiated talks with Bruges over the transfer of the 28-year-old former Celtic FC man.
The reports claimed that Wanyama who joined Spurs from Southampton in 2016 for £11m, could move to the Jupiler Pro League leaders for an initial £9m this after the club paid £6.4m for former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet earlier this month.
Wanyama has seen his first-team chances diminish after Harry Winks' return from injury and the arrival of Tanguy Ndombele.
Wanyama is yet to play this campaign and made 13 Premier League appearances last term. He played 18 and 36 times in the two previous top-flight seasons.
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