Tottenham Hotspur is about to claim multiple victories as the Premier League club is closing in on acquiring Paris Saint-Germain’s Serge Aurier and should win the race for Estudiantes’ Juan Foyth as well.
Aurier, who had a summer exit agreed with PSG since the start of July, will sign a five-year contract if he can successfully obtain official proof of his successful appeal against a convertible two-month prison sentence.
PSG will obtain around €25 million in the deal, according to a report from ESPN FC.
The report also states that PSG believe they have lost out in the race to sign Foyth from Estaudiantes after the involvement of Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino who spoke to Foyth personally.
The cites a source stating that the Spurs admitted that there is interest in both Aurier and Foyth but is not expecting either to sign imminently.