Tottenham: Player has “chose to join” Spurs, Levy “will” complete signing
The player’s physicality has garnered accolades.Over the course of the 2023 summer transfer window, goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario, young center back Ashley Phillips, defender Micky van de Ven, midfielder James Maddison, winger Manor Solomon, striker Alejo Veliz, and forward Brennan Johnson all signed with Spurs.
According to journalist Loic Tanzi, a player has decided to sign with Tottenham, and chairman Daniel Levy “will complete” his deal.
Who have Tottenham signed 2023?
Goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario, young centre-back Ashley Phillips, defender Micky van de Ven, midfielder James Maddison, winger Manor Solomon, striker Alejo Veliz and forward Brennan Johnson all joined Spurs over the 2023 summer transfer window.
Seven significant new additions from Spurs complete a brand-new Ange Postecoglou squad that has so far dominated the Premier League. In fact, Postecolgou has transformed the Lilywhites’ aggressive play into something thrilling and new, in sharp contrast to the more rigid eras under Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte. All of this is happening without star striker Harry Kane, who moved to Bundesliga powerhouse Bayern Munich in August for a large sum of money.
Along with Kane, Tanguy Ndombele, Joe Rodon, Djed Spence, Harry Winks, Alfie Devine, Troy Parrott, Dane Scarlett, and Sergio Reguilon all left the club, either permanently or on loan. Spurs supporters are living in an incredibly exciting time, and Postecoglou believes the supporter base must embrace it.
After their 2-1 victory against Sheffield United last weekend, Postecoglou remarked, “No, no, no, let them go, let them go, and enjoy it.” My job is not to deflate people’s balloons. Let them get overly enthusiastic and impatient. The pleasure of being a supporter is that.
They have already endured enough suffering, so you should let them take it easy. It’s up to us to live up to their expectations if they believe we will be world beaters, which is fantastic. Our supporters should be happy and free to enjoy it anyway they like.
What’s the latest Tottenham transfer news?
Despite their best attempts, Spurs were unable to add a second central defender to the team after van de Ven. They reportedly fell short in a last-minute attempt to get Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly, a man they might still sign in January.
Additionally, there have been rumors that Spurs might sign a pure center-forward in the mold of Kane, and players like OGC Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram are becoming transfer targets. Reports also state that the north Londoners are likely to sign highly-rated teenage defender Luka Vuskovic outside of the window.
Reporter Tanzi provided an update on the situation in a piece for L’Equipe, stating that Tottenham “will” complete the player’s transfer from Hadjuk Split after he “chose to join Tottenham.” According to reports, Spurs beat PSG to his signing, and he will sign a contract for a transfer worth approximately £8.6 million.
However, it appears that the Croatia Under-17 international has wait to make his Tottenham debut because he won’t be able to compete until he is 18 in 2025. Vuskovic, who has been dubbed a “absolute unit” by the media, has a superb reputation and it will be intriguing to see if Postecoglou remains in place long enough for him to flourish under the Australian.
With a height of 6 feet 4 inches, Vuskovic might become a future star. It’s thought that a number of teams, including European winners Man City, pursued his signing before he chose N17.