“Dyer remains a target for AS Roma,” British outlet Spurs Web reported on Monday (Aug. 18), adding, “AS Roma could make a move for Dyer for a fee of between €4 million and €5 million.”
“Dier, who is entering his 10th year at Tottenham, feels his time at the club is coming to an end,” the report added.레모나토토
“He has been a starter under Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte but has been pushed aside under Enzi Postecoglou,” the report added.
“Dier was left out of the starting lineup for the first four games of the season,” the outlet added. He didn’t take the field until last week’s game against Chelsea.”
Eric Dier’s departure is looking increasingly likely.
Dyer’s contract ends in the summer of 2024. Next summer, he can leave the club on a free transfer. Therefore, Tottenham is expected to offload Dyer in the winter transfer window to recoup the transfer fee.
According to reports in Italy, Dier is AS Roma’s number one winter transfer target. “Mourinho has asked them to sign Dier,” the publication said.
“Mourinho wanted to sign Dyer in the summer, but the deal fell through when Tottenham demanded a high fee,” the publication added.
Dier has been linked with several clubs ahead of the winter transfer window. Recently, he was even rumored to be heading to Bayern Munich.
According to Football Insider, “Dyer is keen to change clubs. “Bayern Munich are interested in Dyer,” said Football Insider, “and if he does move, he will be a backup for Kim Min-jae, Dayo Upamecano, and Matthijs Dier.
However, there is also a chance that Tottenham will keep Dier. The loss of Micky Vander Penn to injury has left a gaping hole in the defense. Van der Vaart is not eligible to return until 2023, so Spurs may want to keep Dyer until they find a replacement.