I was embarrassed to sell a player… ‘Recruitment of a prisoner after hardship’ This is Tottenham

 Tottenham brings Pedro Porro, who can be used as a right wingback after twists and turns.

Tottenham, where Son Heung-min plays, has put his heart and soul into signing Spanish defender Pedro Poro from Sporting Lisbon, Portugal since the end of last month, and is leaving only the official announcement of his joining.

The prisoner of war also virtually admitted to going to Tottenham. On the 29th, after losing 0-2 in the League Cup final played by his current team, Sporting Lisbon, and finishing runner-up, he headed to the stands to say goodbye to the fans. 토토사이트

As the 24-year-old POW grows into one of Europe’s leading right-backs, several teams are paying attention. Tottenham won the scouting battle, and with Arnaud Danjuma, a left-sided resource recently recruited on loan, he has achieved some strength reinforcement.

However, the process of bringing the prisoner to Tottenham was not easy.

This is because Tottenham did not come up with the buyout amount set by Sporting Lisbon at the beginning of the negotiations.

Sporting had an attitude that they would not accept any offer other than the 45 million euros (60.3 billion won) of the prisoner’s buyout. However, Tottenham couldn’t go further from 34 million euros (45.6 billion won), and offered to choose between Emerson Royal, Japhet Tanganga, and Brian Hill, saying that they would sell one player.

Sporting protested against this, and the Portuguese press also reported that, “Negotiations involving players in the transfer fee are not what Sporting wants. Tottenham are only thinking of offering a buyout of 45 million euros.”

In the end, Tottenham belatedly paid the buyout that they had no choice but to pay anyway. After looking at the player to be brought in for a while, it became embarrassing and embarrassing.

As the prisoner transfer negotiations were delayed, he also faced dangerous moments, such as Arsenal and Chelsea considering hijacking him.

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