Tottenham Hotspur close to Giovani Lo Celso signing

Tottenham Hotspur close to Giovani Lo Celso signing

Tottenham Hotspur close to Giovani Lo Celso signing

The news was initially broken by transfer guru David Ornstein of the BBC, and followed up by various other sources, with Tottenham now set to double their total arrivals for the entire summer in a matter of hours.

Sessegnon, who joined from now Championship side Fulham, has been linked with Tottenham for quite some time now and has finally made his move from West to North London.

Joining Luiz will be left back Kieran Tierney, who moved from Celtic for 25 million pounds ($30 million).

And Spurs' long-running interest in England under-21 global Sessegnon was realised in a reported £25 million deal that could rise to £30 million including add-ons.

Last season, he became the first 2000s-born player to score in the Premier League.

"I want to learn what it means to play for Tottenham, the honour of the Club".

"I think it's the right time for me to come here - an exciting team for me to join."
"The first time I step out there will be insane". "He is a well known player and adds to our defensive strength", said Arsenal boss Unai Emery.

The Italian giants reportedly accepted a £70 million bid from Tottenham for the Argentine but pulled out of the deal on deadline day.

The arrivals of Lo Celso and Sessegnon follow the club record signing of French global midfielder Tanguy Ndombele and add some much-needed depth to Mauricio Pochettino's squad as the Portuguese aims to win his first trophy at Tottenham since taking charge in 2014.

Brighton bolstered their midfield options with the loan signing of Australian worldwide Aaron Mooy.

Former England worldwide Andy Carroll returned to Newcastle on a free transfer from West Ham, while the Magpies also secured Swedish defender Emil Krafth.

Watford broke its club record transfer fee to sign Senegal winger Ismaila Sarr from Rennes.

And Burnley secured the services of Danny Drinkwater on loan from Chelsea until January.

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