Spurs: Ange “convinced” a “absolute unit” to sign with the club.

Lilywhites chairman Daniel Levy wanted to make seven major summer signings before the arrival of director of football Scott Munn, having appointed Postecoglou in June.Goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario, young central defender Ashley Phillips, defender Micky van de Ven, midfielder James Maddison, winger Manor Solomon, striker Alejo Veliz and striker Brennan Johnson have all put pen to paper move to north London before the September 1 deadline. .Waiting for.

Former superstar strikers Harry Kane, Sergio Reguilon, Joe Rodon, Djed Spence, Harry Winks, Alfie Devine, Troy Parrott, Dane Scarlett, Davinson Sanchez and Tanguy Ndombele have moved elsewhere, either on loan or permanently.

Postecoglou’s new Premier League side has taken shape and reports over the past two weeks suggest January plans are already being implemented.

Tottenham were reportedly looking for a second centre-back this summer following the signing of van de Ven, but a late move for Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly ultimately came to nothing.

It is claimed the north Londoners will be back for Kelly this winter, while journalist Dean Jones also said they will recruit a genuine replacement for Kane “as soon as we get to 2024”.

“I don’t know what they’ll be looking for in a Kane replacement, but it would be foolish not to keep an eye on Ferguson now,” Jones told GiveMeSport this week.

“I know Manchester United have their eye on Ferguson.

I’m sure Chelsea will do the same given their recruitment policy. But Tottenham must do it too.

“At some point they have to bring in another striker.

My son is doing well at the moment. Everything is still up in the air with Richarlison

. Once they arrive in 2024, they will recruit a new striker.It will be interesting to see who the Spurs bring through the door next year, but recent reports suggest they have already made one signing through the window.

In fact, Croatian defensive star Luka Vuskovic has apparently signed a contract with Tottenham, and journalist Fabrizio Romano made his famous “Here we go” comment on the move.

A highly regarded young defender from Hadjuk Split, the 16-year-old will move to N17 in 2025 at the age of 18.

Vuskovic has been described by members of the English press as an “absolute unit” for his age and was also hailed as a “really exciting” signing by Nizaar Kinsella of the Evening Standard.

Now, a report from Italian outlet Calciomercato has shed light on his transfer, with Spurs boss Postecoglou playing an important role.

The 58-year-old is said to have personally “convinced” Vuskovic to join Tottenham, who is said to be Spurs’ “next big signing”.

According to this report, the club beat Manchester City, Paris-Saint Germain and AC Milan under his signature; highlighting Postecoglou’s growing influence both on and off the pitch.

Vskovic will apparently cost around £12.5 million, making him the most expensive transfer of all time for Hadjuk Split, ahead of former record holder Nikola Vlasic.

Postecoglou has apparently been a long-time fan of the player and even had a crush on the defender during his time at Celtic.

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