James Ward-Prowse is finally set to leave Southampton after their relegation to join this club

There were a number of things that contributed to Leicester’s demise this season, but Rodgers did play a role and made some blunders.

One mistake he made was believing Danny Ward would be a good number one, but that plan did not work out. In addition to a variety of tactical and decision-making blunders.

Furthermore, a number of players on the team appeared to lose faith in him, and some fans soon followed.

So we believe it would be a mistake to reject the possibility that he will be a success at Spurs. Those who do not learn from history are bound to repeat it, as the old adage says.

Sources have told 90min that a number of key players – including Kyle Walker-Peters, Mohammed Salisu, Armel Bella-Kotchap and Romeo Lavia – are expected to leave St. Mary’s if they go down.

England international and set-piece extraordinaire Ward-Prowse is also prepared to part ways with the club he has represented since the age of eight.

90min understands that Southampton will demand around £50m for their club captain, who is the subject of interest from several top-flight sides.

Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe and sporting director Dan Ashworth are both huge fans of Ward-Prowse. The Magpies are being kept informed of the player’s developing situation on the south coast, though their summer business hinges on their final position in the standings – Newcastle currently sit fourth and are on course to qualify for the Champions League.

Manchester United also believe that Ward-Prowse could solve some of their own midfield problems, while Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur are also admirers of the 28-year-old.

Ward-Prowse is one goal from a direct free-kick away from tying David Beckham’s Premier League record of 18.

He has scored seven goals and laid on two assists in 31 league games for Southampton so far this season.


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