This is the latest Tottenham news with Spurs getting the 3rd signing of the summer after Perisic and Fraser deal but close to announce the signing of Yves Bissouma later in few weeks time.
Spurs have been looking to the future with a new signing between the sticks, and it’s not just about first-team transfers only.
Tottenham Hotspur has signed talented young Irish goalkeeper Josh Keeley. According to football london, Tottenham Hotspur has signed Ireland U19 goalkeeper Josh Keeley.
Spurs have been busy boosting Antonio Conte’s squad in recent weeks, with Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster joining on free transfers and Yves Bissouma, a 25-year-old midfielder from Brighton, scheduled to undergo a medical ahead of a £30 million deal.
More activity is likely at the north London club in the coming weeks as managing director of football Fabio Paratici attempts to bolster Conte’s squad in preparation for next season’s Premier League and Champions League challenges.
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The summer is also about bringing in fresh young players for the future and helping to fill the academy with potential stars, and the club has taken steps to do so.
After five goalkeepers were released at various levels in recent weeks, the 6ft 3ins keeper will join the Premier League team. Pierluigi Gollini, a first-team goalkeeper, did not have his loan deal extended, and at the academy, Kacper Kurylowicz, Thimothee Lo-Tutala, Josh Oluwayemi, and Isak Solberg all left Spurs when their contracts expired.
Keeley is a promising prospect in the Irish game, having played for St Patrick’s at senior level, making a substitute appearance in the FAI Cup and being selected on the first team bench for five games in the Irish first division.
Last season, he also appeared in a few of games for the club in the UEFA Youth League, a competition to which Spurs will return this season as a result of their return to the Champions League.
After helping Athletic win the SSE Airtricity National U19 League, Keeley earned his first professional two-year contract with the Irish club in January.
He allegedly had tryouts with Everton, Leicester City, Aston Villa twice, and most recently Aberdeen, but it was Tottenham who persuaded him to follow Troy Parrott’s journey to the Premier League from Ireland.
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