“On the verge of signing”, “Personal terms agreed” – Romano shares exciting Tottenham transfer update

Even after the transfer market has closed, Tottenham Hotspur is still getting rid of the unwanted players.

Tottenham center back Davinson Sanchez and midfielder Tanguy Ndombele have signed contracts with Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray.

Ndombele moved on loan with a purchase option, while Sanchez joined on a permanent basis.

Defender Maksim Paskotsi, 20, is the most recent to leave the team. The gifted 20-year-old Estonian moved from his local club, Flora Tallinn, to Tottenham in September 2020.

He started his Spurs career, playing with the Under-18s his first year before moving on to the Development Squad in 2021.

In August 2021, during the UEFA Europa Conference League play-off match against Pacos de Ferreira, Paskotsi’s extraordinary journey with the club came to a memorable conclusion.

He will soon join the Zurich-based Grasshopper Club. The agreement has been formally announced by Tottenham.

This was what the club said:

“We have reached an agreement with Grasshopper Club Zurich for the transfer of Maksim Paskotsi.”

Ange Postecoglou has overseen a very successful transfer window for Tottenham. James Maddison, Manor Solomon, Guglielmo, Ashley Phillips, Micky van de Ven, Brennan Johnson, and Alejo Veliz were among the seven players they signed.

The most prominent departure was Harry Kane’s, who paid nearly to £100 million to leave the team and join Bayern Munich.

Other departing players at Spurs who helped pave the way for a new era include Sergio Reguilon, Joe Rodon, Djed Spence, Harry Winks, Alfie Devine, Troy Parrott, and Dane Scarlett.


Spurs agree deal to sign £12m starlet – but he won’t join until 2025

Luka Vuskovic, a highly regarded young defender, is about to join Tottenham.

Numerous teams, including Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, and others, have been connected with the imposing center-back.

Despite only turning 16 in February, Vuskovic made his debut for the Hajduk Split first squad in the spring after contributing to his team’s Croatian Cup victory. Just five days after turning 16, he scored the youngest goal in Hajduk history during that season.

Spurs have won the race to sign him after a breakthrough in negotiations over the weekend that resulted in an agreement on personal terms.

‘Wasted’: Media slams Tottenham player for being ‘sloppy’ on international duty

James Maddison, an attacking midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur, has been performing well this year, but his England performance against Ukraine was not very impressive.

And when it came to analysis, the English media did not hold back.

England playmaker James Maddison excelling at Tottenham Hotspur

In the summer transfer window, James Maddison moved from Leicester City to Tottenham Hotspur.

At Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Maddison has made an immediate impact and is undoubtedly the team’s top player thus far in the current season.

The 26-year-old Tottenham player, who earns £170,000 per week (The Mirror), has so far this season scored twice and provided two assists in four Premier League games.

On Saturday in Group C of the European Championship Qualifying, Maddison made his England debut against Ukraine.

The game was tied 1-1 at the finish.

Starting the game and continuing for 65 minutes was the Spurs star.

Maddison was positioned on the left of a front-three in a 4-3-3 formation by England manager Gareth Southgate.

The attacking midfielder completed one crucial pass during his time on the field, with a pass accuracy of 93.1%, had 41 touches, made one tackle, and made one cross.

Maddison put up a lackluster performance, and the English media has not held back in its criticism of the former Leicester star.

Media review of Tottenham Hotspur and England midfielder James Maddison

The Sun gave Maddison 5 out of 10 and wrote: “An opportunity missed for Maddison following his sensational form for Spurs.

This was only his fourth game for England, and although seeing a lot of the ball, he did not use it effectively enough.

“Could not complain about replacement.”

Despite having a stellar start at Tottenham, Maddison did not carry that form to Poland, according to Sky Sports, who gave the playmaker 6 out of 10.

Chilwell, a former teammate of Leicester’s, was too frequently left exposed due to a lack of tracking back on the left, notably for the opening.

“Booked in the 35th minute for a horrendous challenge on Yukhym Konoplya and at times almost appeared to be trying too hard, which resulted in wasted moments.”

Although there was heart, there wasn’t much finish. In the 65th minute, replaced.

The Guardian also game Maddison 6 out of 10 and observed: “A mixed bag. Some clever runs into pockets opening things up for England but a number of sloppy moments causing frustration.”

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