Done deal imminent-£50M Bundesliga player have agreed personal term,then medical

Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou is “likely” to go and sign a Champions League-winning forward on a permanent deal in the summer, according to a report this week.

Lange making Spurs transfer plans as he targets attackers

A lot of the rumours concerning Spurs’ transfer activity have revolved around possible new attacking additions.

Reliable media sources claim that  leading to interest in both Wolves star Pedro Neto and Crystal Palace ace Eberechi Eze.

There are some suggestions that despite the fine form of Richarlison when the Brazilian is fit and available.

He’s bagged an incredible nine goals in his last ten league appearances for the north Londoners, so Richarlison could perhaps feel hard done by there. However, with months remaining until the summer window opens, technical director Johan Lange’s transfer plans could still change.

Whichever position Spurs end up reinforcing later in the year, reports suggest that supporters could expect at least one addition further forward – whether that be an outright number nine or wide player.

Interesting names are consistently emerging on Lange’s radar, like Athletic Bilbao forward Nico Williams, who is also attracting interest from Arsenal and Chelsea amid claims his contract includes a £43 million release clause.

There is also the small matter of in-form January loan signing, timo werner, who has really impressed since arriving from RB Leipzig. Werner’s bagged two goals and two assists in his last seven league appearances under Postecoglou, and appears almost tailor-made for the Australian’s system.

The German’s endured a few years to forget, ultimately failing to become the prolific goalscorer Chelsea wanted when he signed for them in 2020. After making a move back to Leipzig, Werner wasn’t able to rediscover his very best goalscoring form, but we’re now seeing real glimpses of his attacking potential in north London.

Spurs boss Ange “likely” to sign Werner permanently this summer

The 28-year-old’s temporary Spurs contract includes a £15 million buy option, and a report by GiveMeSport indicates that

Lange, on Tottenham officials pagesuggested that the club are already that impressed with the Champions League-winning forward.


“I think Timo [Werner] is an offensive player who has a massive experience from top level football,” said Lange. “The Bundesliga, the Premier League, the Champions League and of course with the German national team.

“He’s also a player who, for most of his career, has played in a style not too dissimilar to ours which means his level of adaptation period could be relatively short and it has been good to see him already effecting games quite early on.”


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