Tottenham informed how much double deal for Pedro Porro & Marcus Edwards would cost

Tottenham Hotspur have asked about signing both Pedro Porro and Marcus Edwards.

Tottenham Hotspur returned to winning ways on Wednesday to lift the pressure on Antonio Conte and the club.

Spurs thrashed Crystal Palace 4-0 at Selhurst Park to move within just two points of the top four.

But now the focus is back on strengthening the squad with the January transfer window open.

Two players that the north London club are hoping to sign are Pedro Porro and Marcus Edwards, both of Sporting CP.

Tottenham told how much Porro & Edwards deal would cost

According to Record, Sporting have informed Tottenham that a double deal for Pedro Porro and Marcus Edwards would cost €75 million.

Spurs have opened talks with the Portuguese club to discuss deals for the pair and negotiate a lower price.

However, Sporting have demanded that to let either player go, their release clauses would need to be met.

Porro has a €45 million clause, whilst Edwards’ is around €60 million, although as Spurs still own 50 percent of his transfer value, they would only need to pay half that.

Tottenham have reportedly been looking to sign a right-sided forward and a right-wing back and

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Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown

Writer for 101 Great Goals since 2017. Founder of @Daily_Hotspur.

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