Tottenham Hotspur is aiming for Uruguayan center back Sebastian Caceres by sending out Gyeruk Eric Dier
British media Team Talk reported on Wednesday that manager Ange Postecoglou has already allowed Dyer to move to January. He will likely choose between two new clubs in the coming period. A new player will replace Dyer.
Dyer once drew attention as a utility player who can play both center back and defensive midfielders, but now he is not. He showed the peak of his defensive instability last season. In the 2022/23 season, Dyer made a series of mistakes and became the cause of the collapse of the defense. Tottenham contributed 63 runs, the sixth-largest number of goals lost in the league.
Dyer was completely reduced to a bench after Enze Postecoglou took over. Dyer has only played three games this season. AS Roma and Turkiye Fenerbahce, led by Jose Mourinho, his teacher, are being mentioned as Dyer’s next destinations.
Tottenham aims to reinforce its defenders in January next year. Caceres was caught on Tottenham’s radar. Caceres, born in 1999, is a 24-year-old central defender. He currently plays for Mexico and America. Caceres played in 15 games throughout all competitions this season.
Caceres is also on the list of Uruguay’s national team. During an A-match in November, Caceres displayed an impressive performance in a South American regional preliminary match against Argentina for the 2026 FIFA World Cup North and Central America. Caceres thoroughly blocked Lionel Messi, dubbed the world’s best player, and contributed to Uruguay’s 2-0 win.
In addition to Caceres, Tottenham has been linked with OGC Nice’s Jean-Clerc Todibo and Genoa’s Radu Dragusin. Tottenham needs a center back to back up Van Der Pen and Romero. It remains to be seen which players Tottenham will bring.