On demand, Wanyama reportedly wants new Spurs deal

On demand, Wanyama reportedly wants new Spurs deal

On demand, Wanyama reportedly wants new Spurs deal

Victor Wanyama continues to arouse interest from English Premier League giants with latest rumors indicating Manchester United have joined Liverpool in the waiting list should the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder be available.

In another twist, the Mirror reports that Victor Wanyama now wants a new contract, just two years into his current one, to ward off the increasing interest.

Wanyama joined Tottenham Hotspur in 2016 from Southampton and signed a five year deal.

He had a successful first season and five goals to his credit. He has been used mainly as a late substitute for Tottenham Hotspurs since recovering from injury, a situation his would be suitors want to capitalize on apart from better terms.

This season, Wanyama has only accumulated 272 minutes of action from 10 appearances, 2 starts and 8 as a substitute. Last season he started in 35 Spur’s games and only came on once as a substitute for a total 3016 of action.

The Harambee Stars skipper is estimated to earn Kshs 10million in weekly wage. The club's top earner is keeper Hugo Lloris at 16m while talisman Harry Kane pockets 14m per week.

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