With not much deliberation Tottenham would welcome the signing of huge player to there club in the next coming days as Antonio Conte really looking forward to makes huge changes to the team.
Clement Lenglet, a centre back for Barcelona, is currently just waiting to complete the loan transfer to Tottenham Hotspur.
According to the Spanish publication Marca, the majority of the arrangement is complete for the Frenchman’s transfer from Camp Nou to north London.
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The next detail to work out is how his salary would be paid for the year he spends with Antonio Conte’s team.
According to the article, Barcelona wants Tottenham to pay all of them, while Spurs prefers that the Spanish team pay for part of them.
Lenglet has agreed to join Tottenham, and negotiations between the two teams are already quite well along.
The defender has already informed Barcelona that he wishes to be loaned to Tottenham, who beat out Roma and their former boss Jose Mourinho.
Tottenham asked for a loan after Barcelona insisted on a sale but the Spanish team’s well-known financial problems prevented that since it would be too expensive.
Spurs will hope Lenglet is their player by the time Lenglet reports for preseason training on Monday because Barca wants the transfer completed before then.
Lenglet has a £265 million release clause and joined Barca for close to £32 million (Sky Sports), so getting him on loan constitutes a respectable financial bargain.
According to reports, Spurs have been in discussions with the defender for weeks, and it appears that they will be adding him to their backline.
Lenglet has a respectable background and should be eager to revitalise his Premier League career, but some supporters may have hoped for a greater name or at least a player who is not on loan to achieve that.