Here We Go: Tottenham Hotspur Set to Sign £50k-Per-Week Star After Rapid Transfer Progress

Arnaut Danjuma, Tottenham Hotspur target, standing at night time

According to The Athletic, Tottenham Hostpur are in the process of hijacking a move for Arnaut Danjuma after the player was initially en route to Everton. Fabrizio Romano has also given the move ‘Here We Go’ status, effectively confirming the move. The possibility of an Arnaut Danjuma Tottenham Hotspur move came after the tricky winger had already completed a medical ahead of a move to Goodison Park. At Villareal, the Dutchman is earning around £50k-per-week in salary.

Arnaut Danjuma Tottenham Hotspur Medical Booked

Why are Tottenham Hotspur Signing Arnaut Danjuma?

Spurs making a move for the Dutch winger is a big surprise, especially following the events of the past few days. The tricky forward looked set for a move to Goodison Park, but quickly diverted to London after an offer from Daniel Levy’s team. The 25-year-old has a great profile for Tottenham’s needs, bringing more creativity to a side that has struggled to create chances in recent weeks. Without Harry Kane, things would like dire for the white half of North London, and this signing looks to turn that around.

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What Does the Deal Look Like?

The Dutchman is likely to leave Villareal on a loan deal. According to Fabrizio Romano, there are ongoing negotiations for a buy option for Tottenham Hotspur if the player performs to a high standard during his stay in North London. As deals go, it couldn’t be much better for Lilywhites, as they have a  high-quality asset that they get to keep if he performs to his fullest potential.

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What Went Wrong for Everton?

An Arnaut Danjuma Everton move collapsed immediately prior to Spurs securing the player. Whilst there are no public reasons for this, there are a couple of potential clauses. The Toffees are firmly in a relegation battle, for one. Additionally, without a manager, the winger has no idea what sort of system he will be playing in. In spite of the problems in North London, he can at least be sure of a specific system and role under Antonio Conte.

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