Tottenham took on Newcastle yesterday and won 1-0, but it was far from an easy victory.
Newcastle caused Spurs plenty of problems, and a number of their players caught the eye on the day.
And Tottenham fans, in particular, were impressed by Yedlin and Shelvey.
Yedlin played for Spurs before moving to Newcastle, and the London side’s fans feel he has improved greatly since his move to St. James’ Park.
Spurs supporters also think that Shelvey could offer them quality in their midfield, with Pochettino on the hunt for more options in the middle of the park.
Fair to say Jonjo Shelvey is a better midfielder than Moussa Sissoko. #thfc— Iain Liddle (@IainLiddle) May 9, 2018
Cheeky 10m + Sissoko bid?— Matthew Boreham (@mboreham1) May 9, 2018
Prob pay 30m for him— lee crossan (@leecrossan) May 9, 2018
I saw a player on the field tonight we need to buy who would be perfect for us JON JO SHELVEY, he's what our team needs watched him closely, two great feet, can tackle, his passing is sublime, always passes forward, and a lot of it is first time, it's only his bad attitude but— Martin Stevens (@MARTIN_THFC) May 9, 2018
Was brilliant mate can't lie in that first half I wa looking at the balls he was spraying around the pitch and I thought wow imagine Kane and dele on the end of them and not Perez and Gayle— Addicted To Spurs (@addicted_spurs) May 9, 2018
That was a stressful last 20min. Have to say that Jonjoy Shelvey is a quality player. He wouldn’t look out of place in the Champions’ League and would be an excellent replacement for Dembele. #thfc #coys #bbcfootball— Shamim (@ShamimRahman) May 9, 2018
So Yedlin is actually better than Trippier— Alex Greenberg (@AGreenberg22) May 9, 2018
Yedlin is actually twice the player Aurier is— archer (@archermonkeys) May 9, 2018
Yedlin is playing better then Trippier and is definitely better than Aurier— Jim Littler (@jimlittler7) May 9, 2018
Yedlin really has improved since leaving. Would definitely get games for us— TottenhamTalk (@tottenhamtalk1) May 9, 2018
I’d love to have a combo of Trippier and Yedlin on the right. Aurier has been a bit of a letdown. https://t.co/mGKGC3pNuz— Jonathan Rankin (@jgregoryrankin) May 9, 2018
Would take Yedlin as Spurs’ starting RB, tbh. https://t.co/prMUQ3ZDjk— Caleb (@chisportsguy41) May 9, 2018
Tottenham’s victory over Newcastle confirmed their place in the Champions League again next year, as Chelsea failed to beat Huddersfield Town and can no longer catch them.