Can it be possible? Giovani Dos Santos, former Barcelona prospect, now with Tottenham, will move again?
Rumors broke last week that Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari has shown interest in the young Mexican and may make a move for Dos Santos come January.
Gio hasn't exactly torn apart the EPL. He's started just two of the six Premier League games he's played in and has not scored a goal. He's played in nine games overall, two UEFA Cup games and a Carling Cup match. Tottenham sit in last place in the EPL table.
Now, a move so suddenly may not necessarily be cause for concern. If Dos Santos is struggling to adjust the club or the country, perhaps a change of scenery would suit him well. But this may be more indicative of Dos Santos. Maybe he's not suited for the English style of play and would be better off somewhere else in Spain. Or maybe he's not quite the super talent he's been made out to be and is better off in a less rigorous league.
Whatever the case may be, Dos Santos could soon find himself with his third club in a span of six or seven months. And that does not bode well for any player, talented prospect or otherwise.