Tottenham Hotspur are “currently in talks” to sign Club Brugge winger Antonio Nusa in the January transfer window, according to journalist Sacha Tavolieri.
Spurs are looking to add more players to their ranks this month despite signing Timo Werner (on loan) and Radu Dragusin (permanent deal). Ange Postecoglou is now aiming for the third signing this month, and he has earmarked Nusa as a potential candidate.
The north London club want to move quickly for the 18-year-old ahead of other Premier League rivals like Chelsea, and they may need to pay a handsome fee of around £25m for his signature.
According to a report from HLN, the youngster appears to be on his way to north London, while Club Brugge are conducting far-reaching negotiations with Spurs.
⚪️🏴 #Tottenham currently in talks with #Clubbrugge for Antonio Nusa !
Spurs wants to anticipate the competition of other #PL clubs as #ChelseaFC in order to find already a deal with the Belgian club for this summer. Interest concrete but player’s to focus on the end of the… pic.twitter.com/72RPeJLF6H
— Sacha Tavolieri (@sachatavolieri) January 19, 2024
Tottenham have done to remove some of their fringe players from the club. The likes of Sergio Reguilon, Alfie Devin and Japhet Tanganga have been sent on loan while Ivan Perisic is likely to leave on loan this month.
This will create space for new additions, and Spurs look like are looking to invest in young talents. Arsenal and Liverpool also showed interest in the Norwegian international last summer, but as it stands, Tottenham have moved quickly to sign him.
Spurs want the youngster to stay at the Belgian club for the rest of the season before he moves to London next summer. The interest in the player is concrete, and the winger wants to stay at the club as well, at least until the end of the season.
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