What could be better than a cup of coffee and the latest transfer news? Join CBS Sports and discover the latest news from around the world and what it means for your favorite teams. Tottenham Hotspur remain active with less than two weeks left on their pre-season tour of South Korea, and are looking for deals for the following players richarlison and Clement Lenglet. West Ham could continue their summer activity as interest in Arnut Danjuma grows.
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The biggest transfers of the day. These are the transactions that are taking place, or at least are about to take place.
One of Europe’s top scorers goes to the Bundesliga. After winning the Swiss Golden Boot with 22 goals and three assists and scoring twice in the Champions League, American Jordan Pefok joined Union Berlin for €6 million from Young Boys. Pefok will be the direct replacement for Taiwo Awoniyi, who went to Nottingham Forest in the Premier League. This is an important post after Awoniyi scored 15 Bundesliga goals last season, but with hopes of making the World Cup roster for the United States, Pefok will certainly be motivated.
Joining a Bundesliga top division will be a big step for Pefok as he will also get the chance to play Europa League matches (which you can watch on Paramount+). Union Berlin is a team that will help him complete his game as he has no problem scoring goals, having scored 65 goals and 17 assists in 135 appearances in all competitions during his career. After having played in the Swiss first division and in the French Ligue 1, Pefok can also delete another European championship from his list.
Probably the biggest catch of the summer for Spurs, Richarlison will move from the French team to the French team. Everton for a fee of £50 million, plus surcharges. Once his medical treatment is completed, Richarlison will sign a five-year contract with the north London club, Bruno Andrade reports. chelsea also made a late payment to close a deal for Everton’s deal with Spurs. He is the type the Spurs need to close the gap to the top teams in the championship as Richarlison is not in a top three of Heung Min Son† Harry Kane and Dejan Kulusevsky† Rather, this transfer brings depth to all three positions. The transaction will also help Everton generate much-needed revenue to allay concerns over Financial Fair Play rules. Richarlison will undergo his medical examination in… Brazil because Friday could all be official.
Because Lucas Mora is now the strange man under attack and it’s reasonable to wonder what his future holds. According to Andrade, Moura got an offer from a Major League Soccer team. but talks have not progressed. He’s on contract until 2024, so Spurs aren’t forced to sell just yet, but a few wingers are likely to find their way before the transfer window closes.
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Those moves may not be forthcoming, but there’s plenty of transfer fire in all the smoke these players and teams might be blowing out.
Not only are Spurs adding Richarlison, Antonio Conte has been on the hunt for a left-wing centre-back all summer. Alessandro Bastonic and Milan Skrinar were two of the main targets for the job, but Bastoni looks set to spend another season at Paris airport. Inter-Milan while PSG accelerated the pace to add Skrinar. This has sent Spurs to Spain where they are looking for a loan for Lenglet.
After three seasons with BarcelonaLenglet fell out of favor in his fourth season, starting just seven games. It is uncertain whether Lenglet will start instead of the Wales international. Ben Davies in Conte’s defence, but he would be more likely to make his mark than at Barcelona under xavi† It remains to be seen whether the loan would also include a purchase option.
These moves can be speculative, but they need to be watched.
Tea Villarreal West Ham are in negotiations for a transfer of 40 million euros, but they were unable to agree on personal terms. Danjuma had a good season in Villareal’s Champions League run, scoring 16 goals and four assists in 34 games in all competitions. Danjuma has some Premier League experience gained during his time at the capital club. BournemouthHe didn’t score a single goal in 14 appearances with the club, before shining in the championship after their relegation. He scored 15 goals and assisted a further seven before moving to Villarreal to become a confident striker who can take charge. Michael Antonio needs support for the Hammers, but they won’t give in to Danjuma’s personal terms due to a tight salary structure.
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