Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur have, on Monday, closed a deal for the latest addition to Antonio Conte’s ranks.
The Lilywhites, of course, have enjoyed a hugely productive summer to date.
Evidently keen to kick on after sealing a return to the Champions League under the watch of their new boss last time out, Daniel Levy and co. have not been at all shy in splashing the cash.
To this point in the window, Spurs have sealed deals for no fewer than six players, in the form of Richarlison, Ivan Perisic, Clement Lenglet, Yves Bissouma, Fraser Forster, and Djed Spence.
Evidently, though, the ever-demanding Conte is not yet satisfied with the options at his disposal for the seasons to come.
In turn, Tottenham have this evening pushed a deal for the club’s 7th signing of the summer over the line.
As per transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, a ‘full agreement’ has been reached, for Udinese talent Destiny Udogie to take his talents to the English capital.
This comes after Spurs agreed to fork over a sum in excess of €20 million for the Italian youth international.
The Lilywhites faithful, though, will be forced to wait to see Udogie in action in the club’s colours, with the left-back set to remain on loan in Udine for the coming 12 months.