This is the latest Tottenham news with Antonio Conte and his recruiting team joins Arsenal and Newcastle for a brazilian star player.
Tottenham has joined Arsenal and Newcastle in the hunt to capture Brazilian midfielder Lucas Paqueta from Lyon.
Tottenham may want to improve their midfield this summer, with Rodrigo Bentancur, Pierre Emile-Hojbjerg, Oliver Skipp, and a potentially outgoing Harry Winks (Daily Mail). Last season, Skipp was plagued by injuries, leaving Tottenham with minimal depth in this position.
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Paqueta is a player Tottenham have been monitoring for some time, according to Football.London. Newcastle has already attempted to sign the Brazilian, according to the article, while Calcio Mercato recently stated that Arsenal was also interested.
Paqueta is excellent pals with Bruno Guimaraes, who currently plays for Newcastle. Both in Lyon and on international service, the Brazilian tandem played together.
Paqueta would bring something to Tottenham’s midfield that the current crop of players lacks. Unlike Bentancur and Skipp, the 24-year-old loves to play in an offensive style, and he scored 11 goals for Lyon previous season.
Guimaraes could be able to persuade his friend to join him in the North East of England, giving them a leg up over Tottenham and Arsenal.
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