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Report:Tottenham has signed Bayern Munich Striker,who is four clubs target



Report:Tottenham has signed Bayern Munich Striker,who is four clubs target

Journalist Rudy Galetti has told GIVEMESPORT that Tottenham Hotspur are currently pursuing a deal for Clement Lenglet on a permanent basis.

Tottenham Hotspur are currently in talks with FC Barcelona over the potential signing of Clement Lenglet, journalist Rudy Galetti has told GIVEMESPORT.

The French defender spent the 2022/23 campaign on loan at the North London club, who are interested in bringing him back to Hotspur Way on a permanent basis for a fee of approximately £10 million.

Tottenham Hotspur latest news – Clement Lenglet
Lenglet enjoyed a somewhat successful loan spell with Spurs, making a total of 35 appearances across all competitions for the club, as per Transfermarkt.

His early performances impressed Tottenham’s former manager Antonio Conte, who, speaking after Lenglet’s debut, said: “I’m happy for Lenglet, for Clement, because he came in with personality. We need a player to play, to play with personality, to have the quality to play football, also to attack. It was positive.”

His loan move was by no means a complete success, after all he was part of a Spurs squad that missed out on European football entirely ahead of next season, but nevertheless, the club are interested in signing him on a permanent basis.

What has Rudy Galetti said about Clement Lenglet and Tottenham?
Galetti revealed that after his initial loan spell at the club, Tottenham would be willing to spend approximately £10 million to re-sign the 28-year-old.

Speaking exclusively to GIVEMESPORT, Galetti said: “Talks are ongoing between Tottenham and Barcelona for Clement Lenglet. The Spurs after his experience on loan would spend around £10 million to sign again the centre back but in this case on a permanent deal.”

Why do Tottenham want to re-sign Clement Lenglet?
With Spurs announcing the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as their new head coach, a new brand of football will be brought to Hotspur way. The Australian adopts an attacking style of play which requires his two centre-backs to be incredibly comfortable in possession.

Lenglet, whose current contract at Barcelona is £145,000-a-week, as per Spotrac, therefore, represents an excellent option as a left-sided centre-half in a Postecoglou team. During the 2022/23 campaign, the Frenchman recorded an impressive 79% pass accuracy in the opposition’s half, with an overall passing accuracy of 87%, as per Sofascore.

His expected cut-rate fee, which Galetti believes to be around the £10 million mark, would also allow Spurs to allocate additional funds to other potential summer signings.

Lenglet’s combination of passing ability, suitability to an attack-minded style of play and a cheap price tag would make him a very shrewd signing if Daniel Levy were able to get the deal over the line.

Spurs: Tottenham miss out on Nicolas Jackson

The Senegalese was apparently a target for Ange.

Tottenham Hotspur are “set to fail” in their pursuit of Villarreal winger Nicolas Jackson with his move to Chelsea “90%” done, according to reports.

Who will join Spurs this summer?

Ange Postecoglou has been a busy man behind-the-scenes already, despite not officially starting work until July 1, with Spurs apparently close to signing Empoli star Guglielmo Vicario to succeed long-serving goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Lloris has already admitted to Nice-Matin that he wishes for new challenge and could move on this summer, prompting Tottenham and chairman Daniel Levy to make moves for his replacement.

Further forward, the north Londoners really want to sign a new centre-back, leading to links with Clement Lenglet on a permanent deal and Man City defender Aymeric Laporte, among others.

Of course, with both Lucas Moura and Arnaut Danjuma leaving Spurs, Postecoglou is also desperately short in the attacking area of the pitch. Tottenham, as a result, are apparently eyeing more creativity and hold a serious interest in Leicester City star James Maddison.

Xavi Simons of PSV Eindhoven has also been targeted by the Lilywhites, but according to Football Insider and journalist Pete O’Rourke, they seem set to lose out on a target of theirs.

As per their information, Jackson of Villarreal was attracting interest from Spurs but they are now “set to fail in their pursuit” of the Senegal international.

This is because he’s going to London rivals Chelsea, with a move described as “90% done”. Tottenhan chiefs had been weighing a move for the forward, but their cross-town neighbours have acted quickly to “all but seal” his signature.

Aston Villa and Bournemouth were also targeting a move for the 22-year-old, but this report claims he seems almost certain to link up with ex-Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino at Stamford Bridge.

Who is Nicolas Jackson?

Jackson finished 22/23 as Villarreal’s star attacking performer, racking up 16 goal contributions in the final third (12 goals and four assists) despite only making 26 La Liga appearances (WhoScored).

Called “incredible” and an “MVP” by Football Talent Scout Jacek Kulig, Villarreal boss Quique Setien was effusive in his praise for the winger after his failed move to Bournemouth in January:

“Jackson is like having made a signing,” said Setien.

“We have a player that we already know and who has extraordinary potential.

“We are going to try to encourage him, as it was a great situation for him. We are going to strengthen him, so that in the summer he is worth twice as much.

“We are going to help him so that this small disappointment that he has had passes.”

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