Tottenham Hotspur have finally secured the signature of Tanguy Ndombele this summer, announcing the deal today on Twitter and on their app.
Ndombele impressed in both Ligue 1 and the Champions League last season, particularly against Spurs’ fellow Premier League side, Manchester City.
Spurs bid farewell to their previous midfield powerhouse back in January as Mousa Dembele transferred away to the Chinese Super League.
However, it looks as if Spurs have their new long-term replacement, with Ndombele signing until 2025 on a whopping six-year deal.
Sky Sports reported last week that Tottenham had agreed a deal worth around £65m for the French midfielder from Lyon.
However, Lyon have now revealed the exact price that Tottenham paid via their Twitter account.
Lyon say that the initial price is €60m, with potential incentives and add-ons making a maximum price of €70m.
This translates to £53.78m with a potential extra £8.96m according to Google conversions, making a total of £62.74m.
L’Olympique Lyonnais informe du transfert de son milieu de terrain international Tanguy Ndombelé au club de @SpursOfficial pour un montant de 60 M€ auquel pourront s’ajouter des incentives pour un montant maximum de 10 M€. pic.twitter.com/uScRIkIWvK
— Olympique Lyonnais (@OL) July 2, 2019
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