Tottenham

Pochetino determined to overhaul his ageing squad, will recruit another midfielder.

Arsenal, Spurs enter race for Real's Dani Ceballos2

Tottenham have agreed on a deal and will add Spanish midfielder to their squad.

Clubs are busy with potential summer signings and player transfers this season.

As per the latest reports, This summer Mauricio Pochetino is very keen on strengthening his side’s Midfield and is being linked with a large number of players.

After a busy start to the summer, Tottenham are looking forward to adding to their squad a midfielder and that man could be Daniel Ceballos with an agreement being very close.

Spurs have finally agreed on a deal to sign the 22-year-old Daniel Ceballos from Real Madrid. The Spanish side are also interested in offloading players this summer to balance the transfer book, after spending huge in the transfer window.

The Lilywhites have already broken their all time transfer record by signing Tanguy Ndombele for Lyon for a transfer fee of £55m this summer. But Pochetino’s side is already determined to sign the Spanish midfielder.

Daniel Ceballos shone for Spain at the European Under-21 Championship in Italy and with the La Liga giants looking to shift some of their fringe players could be available for a figure in the region of £44m.

However, Pochetino side is also prepared to make an offer between £35m to £45m for the midfielder.

Spurs are willing to throw away Toby Alderweireld in order to get Napoli’s wonder kid Nicolo Zaniolo.

The Italian side is interested in signing Spurs’ centre back after selling Kostas to Napoli and Spurs are ready to bid around £16m and the centre back for Napoli’s 20-year-old.

Juventus are also interested in Roma’s wonder kid but the club will be selling him to Premier League given the hostility between the clubs.

Author’s take:

The 22-year-old is still young enough to develop and has a lot of eye-catching qualities. Daniel Ceballos could be an excellent addition to Pochetino’s side if he arrives at White Hart Lane. His arrival at Spurs would help add the depth in the midfield which they were lacking last campaign.


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