Tottenham have reached an agreement to sign Cristian Romero


Tottenham Hotspur have reached an agreement to sign Cristian Romero, according to reports from Calciomercato.



The sub-heading clearly says that Romero is just one step away from moving to the north London club this summer.


An agreement has been reached, and the signing will be announced shortly.

The report claim that Atalanta were demanding a fee in the region of 60m Euro for the 23-year-old defender who won the Copa America with Argentina this summer.


Spurs have offered around 50m Euro, and they have also agreed personal terms with the defender who was voted the best defender in Serie A last season.

An agreement now has been reached, and only the final details relating to the deal are left to be sorted out.

Tottenham sporting director Fabio Paratici knows the player from his time at Juventus and feels he is someone who would be perfect for the club.

Romero has been an outstanding performer in the last three years, and he would be a massive signing for Spurs.


The north London club are on the brink of signing Romero’s team-mate Pierluigi Gollinias well. Spurs are signing him on loan with an option to buy him permanently at the end of the season.


Tottenham are also looking to sign a new winger this summer and they are reportedly close to signing Bryan Gil from Sevilla.


The Spaniard is seen as one of the brightest young talents in Spain, and he is expected to join Spurs in a deal that will see Erik Lamela moving the other way.

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