Tottenham spent 70 million on halfback0
London Tottenham after 18 months calm stormed in the transfer market and strengthened seriously.
After last season, when Mauricio Pochettino took Tottenham to the Champions League final, the Spurs finally decided to strengthen. Against the background of the rumors of possible departure of Kristian Eriksen from the club, the London club signed Lyon halfback, Tanguy Ndombele.
The Frenchman has been showing an excellent level for two seasons in a row now, performing the box-to-box part and often is noted for efficient actions. For the past two seasons he has 14 assists on his account in the league and one goal in 64 matches. It is no surprise that Bayern and Barcelona closely followed the workable Frenchman; however, the footballer is not going to hurry and is ready to agree on a transfer to Tottenham.
The midfielder came to London and passed medical examination. Therefore, only in the evening of that day they announced Ndombele’s transfer. The clubs stopped on a compensation of 62 million euros immediately and 10 million as bonuses. As the transfer is concluded, Tanguy Ndombele has become the mopst expensive footballer in the history of the London club.
The player was also worked by the manager Mauricio Pochettino, who had a meeting with him and showed the base, which impressed the halfback. At the same time, this transfer may become a logical replacement for Kristian Eriksen. According to the latest information, the Dane looked for place to live in Madrid, assince April he was sent to Real. However, Los Blancos are not in a hurry to jump to conclusions, considering their expenses in this transfer window.
If Eriksen remains at the new stadium of Tottenham Hotspurs, the Spurs will have real chances to fight for the cups. Last season they clearly lacked the bench and one can even forget about the absence of competition between players. Considering the fact that Tottenham will keep its attack and the midfield will add in security, it is enough to buy one or two defense players for them to fight for the EPL title.