Tottenham ‘offer Atalanta Â£34m plus Â£8m in add-ons for Cristian Romero’… and the Premier League side have ‘agreed a five-year contract with the Argentina defender’
- Tottenham have reportedly bid Â£34m plus Â£8m in add-ons for Cristian Romero
- The club are said to have agreed personal terms with the Atalanta defenderÂ
- The 23-year-old could sign a five-year contract if Spurs can agree a feeÂ
Tottenham have reportedly bid Â£34million plus Â£8m in add-ons for Atalanta defender Cristian Romero.
The Serie A club signed the centre back on a two-year loan from Juventus in September 2020 but hold a Â£13m option to buy at the end of the season
Spurs, who have already agreed a deal to sign Atalanta goalkeeperÂ Pierluigi Gollini on loan, are now looking to strenghthen their defence. Argentina publicationÂ TyC Sports claim they have offered the Italian club Â£34m with a further Â£8m in bonuses.Â
Tottenham have reportedly bid Â£34million plus Â£8m in add-ons for Atalanta defender Cristian Romero with Nuno Espirito Santo (right) looking to strenghthen his defence
Atalanta are said to value the 23-year-old at Â£47m and are not under pressure to sell, given he will become their player at the end of next season.
Sky Sport ItaliaÂ claim that Spurs have agreed personal terms with Romero, who would sign a five-year deal if the two clubs can negoatiate a fee.
Football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano also tweeted that a Â£47m fee would be discussed.Â
Romero played a key role in helping Atalanta qualify for the Champions League once again.Â
The centre back’s impressive form in Serie A saw him crowned ‘Defender of the Season’
The 23-year-old was part of the Argentina side who won the Copa America this summer
The centre back scored three goals and made five assists in 42 appearances last term and his impressive performances saw him crowned Serie A’s ‘Defender of the Season’.
He was also part of the Argentina squad that won the Copa America earlier this month, with Lionel Scaloni’s side keeping a clean sheet in each of the three games he played.Â
Signing a defender is a priority for Spurs and new boss Nuno Espirito Santo this summer.
The club had a Â£13m bid turned down for Bologna centre back Takehiro Tomiyasu earlier this month.