Tottenham Hotspur have contacted a club to sign their ‘little superstar’ and they firmly believe he is a ‘special’ player

Ange Postecoglou’s remarkable Lilywhites have surprised everyone with their excellent performances so far this season, and few could have imagined their best start to a season since 1960/1961.

Spurs currently sit top of the Premier League after going six wins out of a possible eight unbeaten, picking up important victories against Arsenal and Liverpool during that period.

All of this was achieved without star striker and all-time top scorer Harry Kane, who left Tottenham for Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich in the summer transfer window.

The England international’s departure was seen as a blow to Spurs, but they have since flourished in his absence. Kane himself is delighted with Postecoglou’s start in north London.

“I have made it clear throughout my career that I am a Tottenham fan and I would like to see Tottenham do well,” Kane said at an England press conference.

“It’s good to see. I think I’ve said it before, the coach is doing a great job for them with the way they play.” The fans are close to the team and that’s definitely what they needed after the last few years. I will always keep an eye on Spurs and the Premier League.

“There is no other team in the Premier League that I would like to win other than Tottenham. I have to respect Bayern Munich and obviously the fans know that I will always have a soft spot for Spurs – there is no doubt about that.”

Obviously I hope [Tottenham] do the best they can, but my main focus is where I am now and trying to make a good impression for Bayern.”

Will Tottenham sign anyone in January? While their imperious form has been just that, there are still suggestions that Tottenham could make some signings in the January transfer window.

The likes of Bayer Leverkusen defender Edmond Tapsoba and Bournemouth’s Lloyd Kelly are targets to strengthen Postecoglou’s backline, while Royal Antwerp midfielder Arthur Vermereen is also thought to be of interest.

The 18-year-old, who has been compared to Barcelona legends Xavi and Andres Iniesta, was also praised by former Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld.

“Do I sometimes watch with my mouth open? Of course,” Alderweireld said.

“Everyone knows perfectly well what to do when you have possession of the ball and when you lose the ball.

Then the qualities of a boy like that come to the fore. What he shows at his age is fantastic. I’ve rarely seen it.”

Now journalist Graeme Bailey has joined in the praise, calling him a “little superstar” and a “special” player as Spurs make contact with him.

Speaking on the Talking Transfers podcast, where he shared the latest update on Vermeeren’s transfer, he said:

“This man is special. Antwerp has a little superstar on its hands here in Arthur Vermeeren. She really is. From what I’ve been told when I talk to scouts, they think he’s special.

We understand that Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham have asked for him, as have Bayern Munich, Dortmund,

Juventus and Barcelona, ​​​​who were looking at him last summer.”

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