Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspurs have reached an agreement with Celtic to sign Goalkeeper Joe Hart at £2 Million on a 2 years deal. Tottenham Hotspurs have agreed a deal with Atlanta worth £50 Million to sign Cristian Romero on a 5 year deal. Romero wanted to join Tottenham Hotspurs over Barcelona and agreed personal terms until June 2026. The deal is at final stages, Romero is set to sign paperworks soon and the deal is subject to medicals. Atlanta will sign Merih Demiral from Juventus as Romero replacement on a loan deal with an option to buy him at £30 Million. Romero becomes Tottenham Hotspurs second summer siging after Bryan Gil who joined from Sevilla on £25 Million plus Erik Lamela Swap deal. Gil signed a 5 year deal at Hotspurs until June 2026 and will be earning around £125000 per week at Tottenham.
Arsenal have already completed two more deals compared to their London rivals Tottenham Hotspurs who are in UEFA Europa Conference League. Arsenal have signed Ben White from Brighton at £50 Million, Tavres from Benfica at £8 Million & Samba Lokonga from Anderletch at £18 Million. The Gunners are currently planning to sign atleast two attacking players with Alexandre Lacazette & Eddie Nkeitah likely to exit this summer transfer window according to Sky Sports. Arsenal major transfer targets include Tammy Abraham from Chelsea, James Maddison from.Leceister City, Marco Asensio from Real Madrid & Lautaro Martinez from Inter Milan.
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