February 1, 2024

“Latest update”: A Sky Sports correspondent provides live, from Hotspur Way, big news about Tottenham and Bergvall.



Lucas Bergvall, a target for Tottenham Hotspur, is “deciding” between a move to Hotspur Way and Barcelona. Michael Bridge, a reporter for Sky Sports, told GIVEMESPORT that Spurs are not pressuring the Djurgardens star to make a move just hours before the transfer deadline.


Ange Postecogolou, the manager of Spurs, spent £26.7 million to sign Radu Dragusin from Genoa after securing the loan acquisition of Timo Werner earlier this month. Werner’s deal includes a £15 million option to join from RB Leipzig permanently. Nevertheless, Postecogolou is still looking for reinforcements before Thursday’s 11 p.m. deadline.


Postecoglou gave Bergvall a step up.

The Evening Standard reports that Barcelona has ruled out making any Deadline Day additions, which gives Tottenham more hope in the hunt for Bergvall. If they are willing to pay Djurgardens’ demands of £17 million, he may move to the capital.


According to the source, Spurs saw an opportunity to hijack Barcelona’s bid and showed the one-cap Sweden international, who has scored three goals in 29 games for his present employers, around Hotspur Way on Monday.


Bergvall had meetings with the Barcelona management throughout the winter transfer window, and Tottenham is’very interested’ in signing him. This information was just provided to GIVEMESPORT by Sky Sports writer Dharmesh Sheth.



Alejo Veliz of Tottenham is now in Sevilla for medical

As the defending La Liga champions looked to step up their pursuit, video footage has revealed that the 17-year-old midfielder and his family visited with the Barcelona board earlier this week, including lunch with sporting director Deco.


Although a transfer to St. James’ Park was not successful, Newcastle United made an approach for Bergvall earlier this month in an attempt to steal a march on Serie A powerhouse Inter Milan and Bundesliga team Eintracht Frankfurt.


Bridge is aware that Tottenham is not overly concerned about the Bergvall situation because they do not need to finalize a deal with Djurgardens on Deadline Day because he is not expected to play for Postecoglou’s first team for the whole of the season.


The Sky Sports reporter is aware that if the teenager hasn’t decided on his future, Spurs are prepared to wait until the summer to give him more time. If he decides to turn down Barcelona, he will have the opportunity to join the north Londoners’ academy.


Bridge told GIVEMESPORT, while reporting from Hotspur Way:


According to the most recent information, he’s merely choosing where to go. Spurs and Barcelona are his two primary alternatives.


“An intriguing thing about this is that it’s a summer transfer, so it doesn’t have to happen today.


Even though he is highly regarded, Spurs have informed me that he would be more of an academy signing, so he would be in the academy. But, theoretically, that might be completed tomorrow.”


Davies is still under Spurs’ contract.

Ben Davies, a target for Leeds United, will not be leaving Tottenham before the deadline, according to respected writer Paul Brown, who spoke with GIVEMESPORT. Because of his adaptability, the north Londoners do not want to approve his departure midway through the season.


After manager Daniel Farke made bringing in full-backs a primary priority early in the transfer window, the Championship team had been preparing a speculative bid for the Welshman. They were prepared to put Spurs’ commitment to the test if changes to their roster caused him to drop in the hierarchy.


At the beginning of the year, Davies entered the last 18 months of his £80,000-per-week contract. Tottenham has resisted the urge to cash in on him, knowing that his value will only decline in the absence of a deal or new terms.

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