'Full agreement on personal terms': Romano has disappointing transfer news for Tottenham fans
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with PSG’s Leandro Paredes in recent months.
However, it now looks as though Spurs may not have the chance to move for the Argentina international.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Paredes now has a full agreement on personal terms with Juventus.
The £17million-rated midfielder is now apparently waiting on Juve and PSG to strike a deal.
Admittedly, negotiations are “still ongoing”, so it doesn’t seem set in stone just yet.
Nonetheless, it looks as though Tottenham will soon be out of the equation.
At Tottenham, Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso and Harry Winks are surplus to requirements.
Meanwhile, Oliver Skipp has sadly picked up another injury.
So there’s certainly scope for Conte and Fabio Paratici to bring in more reinforcements in midfield.
Paredes, a “menace” of a midfielder, would’ve surely fit the bill for Tottenham.
At 28, he’s in the peak of his career, boasts plenty of experience, is a proven winner, and doesn’t have a huge price tag.
Nonetheless, barring a late collapse in talks between PSG and Juve, Tottenham will probably need to look elsewhere.
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