Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is doing things differently in the January transfer window.

Tottenham Hotspur’s January transfer window has been a remarkable one, as the club has made a series of high-profile signings. After signing striker Timo Werner and defender Radu Dragusin, the club is on track for a third signing. Tottenham’s third signing is Norwegian teenage striker Antonio Nusa (19), who has been dubbed the “next Neymar”. It’s a signing with the team’s future in mind.

“Tottenham are close to signing a £25 million ($42.4 billion) striker reminiscent of Neymar,” TBR Football reported on Nov. 19 (ET). The player they are referring to is Noussa, 바카라사이트 a young striker from Norwegian club Brugge.

Noosa is currently one of the top 10 most sought-after strikers in European soccer. He has already attracted interest from the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea. Arsenal have tried to scout him at their youth club in the past, and Chelsea made a formal offer for him last summer, but the deal fell through at the last minute. Late last year, he was even linked with a move to Fulham.

However, Tottenham are now the favorites to land Noussa.

According to Belgian outlet HLN, ‘Tottenham are close to completing a £25million deal with Brugge for Noussa’. If the deal goes through, he will remain with Brugge on loan until the end of the 2023-2024 season before making a permanent move to Tottenham in the summer.

Noosa, who came through the Norwegian youth ranks and made his senior international debut last year, has already made four appearances for the club and has shown great promise, mainly as a left winger. He’s even been compared to Brazilian superstar Neymar. Norwegian soccer player Mats Solheim, a former teammate of Nusa’s, said that the way he moves and uses the ball is similar to Neymar. It’s clear that he has a lot of talent.

Already, 토토사이트 추천 Tottenham’s signings of Werner and Dragucin have put them in contention to break into the big four in the second half of the season. Noosa may not be an immediate boost, but he’s the kind of reserve that could help Tottenham in the future. It’s a signing for the future as well as the present.

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