Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho is unlikely to spend money in the January transfer window, according to Daily Mail.
Nathan Ferguson has had somewhat of a breakthrough season at West Brom this term, which has coincided with the Baggies’ impressive rise to the top of the Championship.
Boss Slaven Bilic was quick to hand the youngster a chance to establish himself in the starting eleven and the 19-year-old has since become a mainstay, featuring in 18 appearances in the league.
Good form has seen a number of clubs show interest, including Tottenham Hotspur, who have been keen to explore a cut price move, given that the youngster will see his current deal at the Hawthorns expire next summer.
West Brom have been offering the young defender a new deal, but according to BirminghamLive reporter Joseph Chapman – discussions have halted, and concerns have now begun at the club over his future.
Despite failed contract talks, Ferguson could yet remain at West Brom past January as plans at Tottenham were revealed.
New boss Mourinho, who replaced Mauricio Pochettino earlier this month, will be handed transfer funds, but the Portuguese is keen to wait until the summer and continue with his current squad for the remainder of the season.
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Good news for the time being for West Brom, but they must look to sign Ferguson to a new deal in this time.
Tottenham Hotspur may not be looking in January to complete the deal, but other teams may and they may find the young defender to exciting a prospect to turn down.
Ferguson has been playing very well, and Slaven Bilic would undoubtedly miss the defender if he was to leave.