20 Premier League matches have been played and Aaron Lennon from Tottenham Hotspurs has only performed in 9 games for his club, it’s evident that the English winger does not play an important role for Mauricio Pochettino and now that it’s January, clubs are searching around the transfer market for players that could be signed and Lennon has turned into an attractive target for a few clubs.
Sunderland, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion have entered the race to sign the 27 year old English winger substitute player of Tottenham Hotspur.
A fee of around £7m could be enough for the interested parties to secure the services of the quick player who is eager to turn into a consistent player for any club that he potentially joins.
Hull City, Leicester City, QPR and Inter Milan are some of the other clubs that have recently been linked with Aaron Lennon as the English winger is a fairly economical option who at his age still has a lot to offer and is desperate to make his presence be felt in a team and lift major titles.
Ever since Aaron Lennon joined Tottenham Hotspurs in June of 2005, he was a consistent performer as the English player managed to make over 20 appearances in every single season except for the current campaign as he has fallen behind the pecking order of Mauricio Pochettino and it might just be his time to make a move outside of White Hart Lane if he would like to continue being an active performer in a squad.
Fans of Tottenham Hotspurs will not be particularly happy in seeing Aaron Lennon leaving the club after all of the performances and appearances he has made for the Premier League club throughout these years but it would still be the best decision for his career.