Tottenham Hotspur have recently been linked with a loan deal for Real Madrid’s Dani Ceballos.
After completing the signing of Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon for £55.45 million (Standard), Spurs are looking to strengthen their midfield further by acquiring Madrid’s talented youngster.
Ceballos impressed for Spain during the recent U21 European Championship, which the Spaniards won this summer.
Ceballos featured for his country in all of their games throughout the tournament and his impressive displays seem to have increased the interest from Spurs.
Despite loan interest, it is now being reported that Spurs are looking to implement an option-to-buy clause in any contract that Ceballos would sign (Football Fan Cast).
It has been suggested that Spurs are only interested in a loan deal if they are able to ensure that they can sign Ceballos for £45 million pounds at the end of the year (The Sun).
Spurs Web Opinion
Ceballos looked impressive for Spain’s U21’s this summer and would be a useful option this season. Midfield was definitely an area that looked like it lacked depth last year so increasing midfield options is key this summer.
Implementing an option-to-buy clause would certainly be a wise decision and would protect us from having a potential superstar snatched away from us after his loan spell.
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