Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite believes winger Enoch Andoh will be sold in January.
The Stoke Sentinel quote Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite as saying that he expects winger Enoch Andoh to leave the club in January.
Andoh, 22, joined Vale back in November 2014 after failed spells with Porto and AEL Limassol, and whilst it's still early days for the Ghanaian in English football, he is building his reputation at Vale Park.
A pacey winger who can also play behind a striker, Andoh still has some potential that can be tapped in to, and speculation already surrounds his future, so early in to the new season.
The Sunday People, as noted by the Daily Star, report that Tottenham Hotspur are tracking Andoh ahead of a possible January move for him, with Mauricio Pochettino still keen to add more young talent to his promising Spurs side.
Andoh will need to keep performing in League One in order to get that move to White Hart Lane, but after the success of Dele Alli's move from Milton Keynes Dons, it certainly isn't out of the question that Spurs could make another swoop for a young Football League star.
Now, Port Vale chairman Smurthwaite is reported by the Stoke Sentinel as saying that he expects Andoh to leave in the January transfer window.
"No approach been made to the Club," said Smurthwaite. "l suspect he will be sold in January, [but] to whom and for how much, we will have to wait and see," he added.
Port Vale will no doubt be hoping for big cash that they can spend on squad and club improvements, but the links to Spurs appear to be nothing more than speculation at this stage.