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Tottenham Boss Jose Mourinho on Victor Wanyama: “He’s Our Player”

Tottenham Boss Jose Mourinho on Victor Wanyama: “He’s Our Player”

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has addressed rumours of midfielder Victor Wanyama potentially leaving the club this month – with it looking like the Celtic target could be staying in North London.

The Kenyan international has been linked with a move back to former club Celtic in various different tabloids for several weeks now, with the 28-year-old struggling to even get on the Spurs bench in recent weeks.

However, Mourinho has addressed said rumours during his weekly press conference this afternoon – and his comments won’t encourage Hoops supporters that Wanyama is returning to Glasgow any time soon.

Speaking to the assembled media, via the Sun, Mourinho said of Wanyama’s situation: “He’s our player. If he wants to leave or not, he didn’t tell me, we didn’t discuss. 

“We are calm about it. Good professional. That’s it.”

Celtic are on the brink of announcing the signing of striker Patryk Klimala but does Neil Lennon’s side need more help in the middle of the park?

And would signing Wanyama fit the bill?

What do you think?

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