June 13, 2024

Tosin Adarabioyo, a defender for Fulham, has a contract that expires at the end of the current campaign, and teams like West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing him for free.

The 26-year-old has made a name for himself in the English premier league as a dependable player, and the two clubs may find him to be a valuable addition on a free transfer.

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More defensive depth would undoubtedly benefit the Spurs, and the 26-year-old may become a valuable member of the team very fast. He will find it hard to resist a move to the north London club, especially if they can qualify for the Champions League the following year.

This season, West Ham’s defense has been quite flimsy, and if they hope to regularly compete in Europe, they will need to strengthen that area. Next season, Adarabioyo might be a vital member of their team. He might drastically improve the defense line for the Hammers as he is a seasoned Premier League player.

Signing a player of his quality and experience on a free transfer would represent an excellent bargain for the two London clubs and it will be interesting to see where the defender ends up.

He will want to play regularly and therefore a move to West Ham might be more ideal for him. Spurs already have Cristian Romero, Micky van de Ven and January signing Radu Dragusin at their disposal. Adarabioyo will certainly struggle for regular game time at Tottenham

There are questions regarding Nayef Aguerd’s consistency and future, Kurt Zouma has long-standing knee ailments that prohibit him from playing close to his teammates, Thilo Kehrer has left, and Angelo Ogbonna is nearing the end of his Hammers career.

Trevoh Chalobah was one of the center backs whom West Ham was connected to during the January transfer window.

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Tim Steidten, the technical director, and David Moyes are well aware that they need to try to bring in players that fit the requirements for homegrown player designation.

 

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