The clock keeps ticking and with only 32 days remaining for the re-opening of the 2021/2022 premier League season, every club is currently busy in the market picking some scintillating talents that will help them put a strong competition in the league, with some even doing an extra mile of doing a swap deal plus cash, in order to achieve their target.While Laliga Santander side Barcelona still left in limbo after a failed Griezmann-Saul swap deal was followed by, another Griezmann-Dybala swap deal heartbreak, it clear to remind them that it's not happening anywhere, since their rivals Sevilla have achieved that with one of the premier League top clubs.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio, Tottenham Hotspur have finally completed the swap deal for Sevilla attacking midfielder Bryan Gil, with premier League goal of the season award winner Erik Lamela.The 29 years old have agreed to end his 8 years spell with the Spurs to join Sevilla, but despite his good techniques, it's the Laliga Santander side who are set to receive an € 25 million adds-on as part of the deal, just raising rhetorical questions if Bryan Gil will come with a trophy.
Lamela will always be remembered for his rabona goal against Arsenal which earned him the goal of the season award, ahead of Cavani 's long range goal against Fulham and Bruno Fernandez master class against Everton.
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