Tottenham Hotspur manager Juande Ramos is staying silent on possible transfers when the window reopens in January, with the Spaniard claiming “it is not possible to speak about it publicly” due to the North London Clubs disastrous start to this season. Which sees Spurs rock bottom of the Premier League.
Former Sevilla coach Ramos has also refused to blame the late transfer activity in the summer, which saw Dimitar Berbatov leave White Hart Lane for Manchester United and Fraizer Campbell come the other way on loan, along with the arrival of Roman Pavlyuchenko from Spartak Moscow.
Tottenham have only scored four goals in the Premiership since the departure of Berbatov to United and Robbie Keane to Liverpool and are the only side in the Premier League without a win, but Ramos has insisted that he will not court controversy and add to the woes at Tottenham.
“I cannot speak about it,” Ramos told the News of the World.
“I speak about it with the club, it is not possible to speak about it publicly.
“I can speak about it in normal circumstances but not at this moment because we are doing very badly in the table - it is political, it is controversial and I don't like controversy.”