🚨BREAKING NEWS : FA Imposes ‘Transfer Ban,’ Casting a Cloud Over Tottenham’s Summer Plans


Tottenham Hotspur’s bid to sign Conor Gallagher from Chelsea has hit a snag after the midfielder was selected for England’s Euro 2024 squad. Gallagher’s impressive performance in the 3-0 win over Bosnia secured his spot on the team, but his club future remains uncertain.

As one of Chelsea’s standout players last season, Gallagher was a key figure under Mauricio Pochettino, even captaining the team on occasion. However, his refusal to agree to a transfer contributed to Pochettino’s departure from the club.

Tottenham attempted to sign Gallagher last summer but was unsuccessful. Now, due to a Football Association ruling, they are prohibited from discussing a potential move with him while he is on international duty.

With the transfer window opening on June 14, it appears unlikely that a deal for Gallagher will be completed before the start of pre-season, especially considering England’s potential involvement in the Euro 2024 final on July 14.

Gallagher’s contract with Chelsea expires in 2025, and the club risks losing him for free if they don’t sell him this summer. Other players like Ivan Toney and Eberechi Eze may also be impacted by the Football Association’s ruling.

Gallagher has been with Chelsea since the age of eight and established himself in the senior team in 2019 after loan spells at various clubs. His future remains uncertain, with Tottenham’s interest lingering and Chelsea facing a crucial decision regarding his transfer.

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