Rangers and Tottenham reported target want to play in Premier League

Photo by Adam Fradgley / West Bromwich Albion FC via.

Rangers under Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Tottenham Hotspur from Antonio Conte have been linked with West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Sam Johnstone.

TEAMtalk reported on December 22 that Tottenham and the Rangers are interested in signing Johnstone, who no longer has a contract at West Brom at the end of the season.

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The Rangers are also excited and could offer the 28-year-old goalie a pre-contract.

However, it looks like Johnstone wants to play in the Premier League.

Rangers, Tottenham target Sam Johnstone on his future

Johnstone told Metro: “There has been a lot of talk this summer. It (a transfer) just didn’t happen and we are trying our best to get promoted again this year. This is the only goal.

“I see the speculation and there is nothing I can do about it. It’s out of my control but I want to come back and play in the Premier League.

BURTON UPON TRENT, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 09: Sam Johnstone of England makes a save during a training session at St George's Park on November 09, 2021 in Burton upon Trent, England.  (Photo by Eddie Keogh - The FA / The FA via.)Photo by Eddie Keogh – The FA / The FA via.

Hard blow for Rangers, encouraging for Tottenham

In our opinion, Johnstone’s comments are a blow to Rangers, but they are very encouraging for Tottenham.

Johnstone previously played in the Premier League with West Brom.

And it’s really not hard to see why he would want to play in the division again.

Most professional footballers would love to play in the Premier League.

Rangers are unlikely to be able to sign Johnstone.

Tottenham are a huge club, and Johnstone could be tempted to move to the north London club if he makes an offer for him.

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