Tottenham are looking to sign Clément Langlais, 27.
British outlet ‘The Boot Room’ cited a report from Spanish outlet ‘Mundo Deportivo’ on Wednesday (June 12) to address the Langlais transfer rumors.
“Tottenham are set to hold talks with Barcelona over Lenglet’s future,” the outlet reported, adding that “Barcelona want to resolve his situation this week”.메이저사이트
“Tottenham have already held discussions with Lange over the possibility of signing him on a permanent deal,” the source added, “He joined Spurs on loan last summer and performed well.”
“Tottenham want to sign Langlais on a permanent deal, not a loan,” the source added.
Can Clément Lenglet stay at Tottenham?
Tottenham spent more than ever last summer strengthening their defense. They needed someone to form a defense alongside Christian Romero and Eric Dier.
That’s why they approached Inter Milan’s Alexandro Bastoni and Milan Skriniar. However, the deal fell through. Spurs then looked at a number of players before approaching Langlais.
Langlais has excellent passing, build-up and footwork skills. However, he can be shaky in defense. His lack of stability has led to several dangerous moments.
After playing for Sevilla, Lange joined Barcelona in 2018. He was a solid presence in the team, playing more than 40 games in three consecutive seasons. However, his last season in 2021-22 left something to be desired. He made a total of 27 appearances, starting only seven of the 21 La Liga matches. As his impact diminished, he considered parting ways with the team. That’s when Tottenham came into view.
After his loan move to Spurs, he scored one goal and provided two assists in 35 total games. He started 24 of their 26 Premier League games and was a solid performer. His impact on the team grew in the second half of the season compared to the first.
“Barcelona paid £32 million for Lenglet,” said Spurs Web, “and if Barcelona want a similar amount, Tottenham will walk away from the deal.”
According to Spanish outlet Sport, Barcelona have asked Tottenham for a transfer fee of €12 million ($16.6 billion).