#2 Tottenham

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This could be viewed as a dubious plausibility, however the contention for this move would bode well for both the player and the club. Mauricio Pochettino has a set style of football, and this Tottenham group under his administration have created and enhanced quite a long time.

Regardless of not making any moves in the mid year, Pochettino will have been looking long and hard at an eye over players who could enhance this group, most likely Loftus-Cheek would be a player that he would see as doing this.

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Loftus-Cheek would join a significant rundown of English players at the club and would know these folks from being around the England squad. He would fit into this Tottenham group easily, particularly halfway, and when you consider that Belgian universal Moussa Dembele could leave the club come the late spring, the job he leaves looks made for Loftus-Cheek.

To sit close by a holding midfielder in Eric Dier, he would have the opportunity to communicate and his capacity on the ball, in the meantime he would create as far as his capacity in the guarded change of the match.

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He would get game time at the largest amount playing close by the nature of Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Lucas Moura and his England commander Harry Kane.

A move to Tottenham would need to be a long haul choice by the Chelsea-man, yet this would be the move, should the open door emerge, that would concrete the improvement of Loftus-Cheek.

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Clearly moving from Stamford Bridge to a London opponent would not be simple on the player, but rather to work under Pochettino and with this gathering of Tottenham players, it would be an extraordinary move for both the player and the club.

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