Tottenham have completed the signing of Yves Bissouma, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.
Romano wrote on Twitter: “Official, confirmed. Yves Bissouma joins Tottenham on a permanent deal from Brighon.
“€29m fee plus add-ons and long-term contract signed.”
Bissouma has penned a four-year contract with Tottenham.
The former Lille ace completed a medical at Hotspur Way yesterday after swiftly agreeing personal terms with the club.
It’s believed that the fee could rise to £30m after add-ons.
Meanwhile, Southampton complete Buzunu transfer
Southampton have signed goalie Gavin Bazunu from Man City.
Bazunu has agreed to join the Saints on a five-year contract, the club revealed.
Bazunu was unveiled by the St.Mary’s side on their Twitter account.
Elsewhere, Leeds have reportedly completed the signing of Marc Roca from Bayern Munich.
Roca will join the Whited for a fee of £10.3m, plus add-ons, according to Fabrizio Romano.
He completed his medical today and penned a contract until June 2026 with the Yorkshire outfit.
In other news, Liverpool and Bayern Munich have reportedly AGREED a fee for Sadio Mane.
The Bundesliga club had previously had two offers rejected for the Senegalese ace.
But after Bayern chiefs flew into the UK for face-to-face talks with Anfield bosses, a deal between the club has been struck.
That fee is in the region of £35million, according to The Times.
Liverpool will receive a guaranteed £27.5m, with £5m in appearance related add-ons and £2.6m in performance related add-ons.
He is expected to undergo a medical next week ahead of his switch to the German champions.
Finally, Aston Villa have agreed a £350,000 deal to sign 16-year-old Rangers and Scotland Youth striker Rory Wilson.
SunSport revealed this week how Steven Gerrard’s bid to sign the Glasgow giants’ super kid was set to go to Fifa over a row surrounding his amateur status.
However the Ibrox side returned to the negotiating table last night and accepted an improved offer of £350,000.
That fee could rise to £1million – based on Premier League appearances and Scotland caps.
Rangers will also receive 10% of any future transfer fee Villa receive for the talented teenager who scored 8 goals in 11 appearances for Scotland’s Under-17’s last term