Tottenham are expecting to add a name to their squad today as the North London based club get into the final phase of sealing move for Amsterdam born Steven Bergwijn.
While Christian Eriksen’s departure links stole the most attentions from the Premier League fans, Daniel Levy has gone from behind to scoop in a 22-year-old winger who is expected to help Giovani Lo Celso move central on a permanent basis.
A fee of €31m has been agreed by both teams last night(Monday night) and Steven Bergwijn is expected to complete his move today to England.
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Bergwijn as a winger already has 5 goals in 16 league appearances for PSV and appropriately praised for his pace and dribbling abilities.
Berwjin made his professional debut back in August 2014 as Jong PSV player when he placed Elvio van Overbeek during the 77th minute in their 2-0 home win against Achilles ’29.
The number 10 earned an international call up in October 2018 when Koeman chose to include the versatile winger in his Netherland squad and thereby prompting Berwjin to his first UEFA National League appearance, thrashing out Germany in a 3-0 win as a starter.
Jose Mourinho although clearly seems not to be clearly done with the transfer window as Harry Kane’s injury has brought Krzysztof Piątek’s name to Spurs’ table and talks are still ongoing for the AC Milan striker.
Tottenham are looking a loan plus buy option deal but no agreement has been reached by both team yet but hopefully Jose gets what he wants before the end of the transfer window.