English Professional Football Premier League (EPL) Tottenham Hotspur recruits Pedro Poro (23) to strengthen the right fullback, which was pointed out as a weakness.
Local media, including Sky Sports in England, said on the 31st (Korean time), “Tottenham has concluded a transfer agreement with Sporting Lisbon, a team belonging to Poro. Poro will join Tottenham after conducting his last medical test.” Reporter Fabrizio Romano, who is well-versed in the European transfer market, also announced on social network service (SNS) that “the prisoner arrives in London with an agent and undergoes a medical test,” and that “the contract with Tottenham is until June 2028.”
Tottenham seemed to end the POW signing contract on the 29th. This is because an agreement was reached with Sporting, the team that Poro belongs to, while paying 45 million euros (about 60 billion won) for a buyout. However, the contract seemed to go awry as Sporting demanded changes to the detailed conditions ahead of the final signing.
However, Tottenham did not give up on recruiting prisoners. This is because Tottenham have not been able to find a clear right wingback compared to the left wingback Ivan Perisic is holding on to. Emerson Royale and Matt Doherty took chances, but failed to live up to manager Antonio Conte’s expectations. This is why prisoners were so desperate. The prisoner also wanted to transfer to Tottenham, and eventually reached an agreement ahead of the transfer window deadline. 메이저놀이터
The promising full-back from Spain has been on loan since wearing Manchester City’s shirt in 2019. He went on to Real Valladolid before moving on loan to Sporting. He has scored 2 goals and 6 assists in 14 appearances in the Portuguese Primeira Liga this season. He also gained experience by participating in the UEFA Champions League with Sporting.
Poro is expected to fill the right wingback position, which is considered Tottenham’s weakness. Equipped with his quick feet and accurate crosses, Poro is expected to provide quality chances for attackers.
As a result, Tottenham has completed its second recruitment this winter. Previously, Tottenham hired Villarreal (Spain) striker Arnaud Danzuma (26) on loan.