Tottenham Hotspur are on the verge of signing Pedro Poro.
Fabricio Romano, who is familiar with the transfer market, reported on the 25th (Korean time), “Tottenham is coordinating the final stage of the prisoner deal. It is because the transfer fee of 45 million euros (approximately 60.5 billion won) can be paid in three or four separate payments.”
He also explained the situation in detail, adding, “The prisoner agreed to a five-year contract with Tottenham a few weeks ago and is currently waiting.” Romano insisted that the signature phrase ‘Here we go’, which means the contract is in effect, is imminent.
Tottenham is in crisis. After the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, they achieved a poor record of 3 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses in 7 matches. Losing against Arsenal and Manchester City was also painful. Tottenham crashed, giving up even the top 4 spot that they had been struggling to keep.
The fastest and surest breakthrough is, of course, power reinforcement. Manager Antonio Conte constantly emphasized the need for recruitment, and in the process, he was connected with various players. Tottenham fired a signal flare by hijacking Arnaut Danjuma, who was about to go to Everton.
Here is the prisoner that Tottenham fans have longed for. Growing up in Spain, Poro first came into the limelight when he joined Manchester City. After that, he began to rise to prominence while residing in Portugal. Poro has played in the Portuguese Primeira Liga and the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), and also faced Tottenham directly in the group stage this season. 토토사이트
Tottenham stuck to signing the prisoner, but negotiations barely made any headway. Tottenham wanted a way to add players and cash, but Sporting adhered to the position of ‘NFS (Not For Sale)’ unless it was a buyout. The deal seemed further distant as Poro mentioned that he was focused on Sporting and was happy in Portugal.
In the end, it was reported that Tottenham had reached an agreement with Sporting by paying 45 million euros in installments. Romano raised expectations, saying that the prisoner trade was in its final stages. Poro is expected to capture the heart of manager Conte, who Matt Doherty, Emerson Royale and Jed Spence have not satisfied, and take charge of the Tottenham side for the remainder of the second half.