Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of March 24
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—Last updated Thursday, March 27—
Why would Chelsea sell Lukaku, a Belgian international with world-class potential, to Spurs, a Premier League rival?
It makes no sense.
If Chelsea wanted to sell Lukaku, it would be to a foreign club.
While Lukaku would add an extra dimension to Spurs' attack, he is likely to be Chelsea's starting No. 9 next season.
Onazi is a 21-year-old Nigerian international, who is a robust ball-winner and a hard-working midfielder.
He has started 14 of 24 Serie A games for Lazio this season.
A former Spurs player, Caulker signed with Cardiff in the summer transfer window for £8 million, per BBC Sport.
In Cardiff's 6-3 defeat to Liverpool, he was disappointing.
If Caulker is available for £3-5 million, which will only happen if Cardiff are relegated, re-signing him would be a calculated gamble.
Yes, he is playing on a relegation-threatened team, but he does have potential. He is 6'3", attacks the ball in the air and can block shots.
Kaboul has yet to make 20 starts in a Premier League season as a Spurs player. The most league starts he has registered in one season for Spurs was during the 2010-11 season (19).
When fit, Kaboul is a good defender. However, because he is plagued by injury issues, he often goes into games he does play with little or no match fitness.
Remy would represent a more mobile and direct option than Soldado, who has had issues converting his chances (six goals from 54 shots).
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