We are set to sign Malcom for 40 million, with 10 million add ons in the coming days. Contract agreed, transfer fee set to be agreed. Could be loaned back to @girondins for the rest of the season.
@SpursOfficial target @MalcomOliveira_97 could be signing for us soon for a deal around £40 million and then loaning him back to Bordeux for the remainder if the season.
IMO he would work brilliantly under Pochettino and would fit nicely in our squad.
He has reportedly said he would prefer the move to us over Woolwich gooners.
Tottenham are interested in Paris Saint-Germain's Lucas Moura, sources close to the winger have told Sky Sports News.
The French league leaders are listening to permanent offers for the 25-year-old Brazil international, who would welcome a move to the Premier League.
Moura has made only six appearances for PSG this season, having joined the club from Sao Paulo in 2013.
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Tottenham have emerged as favourites to sign Bordeaux winger Malcom!
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Thoughts on @malcomoliveira_97 ?
Spurs are set to sign the young Brazilian winger from @girondins according to various reports
Bordeaux want to keep Malcom till the summer, and a possible deal with spurs could include him being loaned back for the rest of the season.
It is also reported that Malcom would prefer a move to Tottenham over Arsenal who have also been said to be interested.
Mauricio Pochettino has explained why he agreed to sent Tottenham Hotspur youngster Marcus Edwards to Norwich City this week.
The 19-year-old is one of the most talented players in Spurs' academy and once drew comparisons with a young Lionel Messi from Pochettino back in 2016.
However, Edwards has been unable to build on the 10 minutes or so he got in the League Cup that year against Gillingham at White Hart Lane, having to be content with U23s and U19s football ever since.
While many fans wanted to see the teenager in the Premier League, Pochettino decided to give him the chance to play Championship football instead as the path to the first team became more and more blocked by the club's stars.
"Marcus is a very talented player but now he is in a moment where he needs to move on to step up," said the Spurs boss. "An opportunity has arrived at a very good club like Norwich and I think you can see - they played against Chelsea and they played very good football. I think it's a great opportunity for him to step up, move there and try - in three and a half months - to try to get more mature and to try to compete after spending maybe half his life in Tottenham’s academy."
He added: "He now has the possibility to be a man. To be more mature and to help himself to achieve all that we believe he can achieve. Its a process and for us he must be positive."
Should we sign this tomorrow at the game?🤔