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We start with one of the more well-known stories that has been circulating the web for months now.
Jan Vertonghen has been linked to both Tottenham and Arsenal for months now, and while he's thrown both teams a bone in various interviews, he's not given us much indication on which team he'd prefer.
Back in March, Vertonghen admitted that Arsenal was one of the teams he'd be interested in joining, but said that it would come down to his agent and Ajax's negotiations with Arsenal.
However, Toby Alderweireld, Vertonghen's partner in the heart of Ajax's defense, was adamant that the highly-rated center-back join Tottenham instead, citing more playing time as a reason to pick Spurs over the Gunners.
Most recently, it seems Tottenham have taken the initiative in signing the player, making a formal approach to Vertonghen's agent. Harry Redknapp has also admitted that the club is interested in signing the player, though he has played down the extent of Tottenham's interest.
What's certain though is that Vertonghen will indeed leave Ajax this summer. He has only one season left on his contract, and Frank de Boer has already given his approval by saying that the time is right for Vertonghen to take the next step in his career.
It'll be interesting to see how the bidding war between the two North London sides pans out.
Honestly, Arsenal don't need him as much as Tottenham, since Thomas Vermaelen, Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker are all quality center-backs, but he'd be a major boost in quality for whatever team he signed up with.