Tottenham Hotspur have taken action and are ready to use their strategies in the transfer market to strengthen their squad. With the exclusion of European competitions, Ange Postecoglou’s team has a clear goal: to significantly improve its defensive line. Edmond Tapsoba’s name has featured prominently in this search, even if Bayer Leverkusen won’t go through with his transfer without a fight.
Tottenham are close to completing the arrival of Micky van de Ven from Wolfsburg but their eyes are on the Burkinabe footballer. Edmond Tapsoba, 24, has excelled in the ranks of Bayer Leverkusen under Xabi Alonso and has cemented himself as a key player in defence. However, the Bundesliga side have no intention of letting him go at any cost.
Tottenham start with a £58m signing
Information from Football Insider suggests Bayer Leverkusen have priced Tapsoba at a hefty €58m. His performance in Germany has caught the attention of several elite teams including Arsenal, Chelsea and Bayern Munich.
Although the road to his signing won’t be easy, Tottenham have come up with a plan. First, they will seal the deal with Micky van de Ven, who will join them from Wolfsburg. They will then focus on persuading Bayer Leverkusen to secure Tapsoba’s services with a tempting offer.
Tottenham’s goal is clear: raise their level in the Premier League and regain their competitiveness in the elite of English football. The acquisition of Edmond Tapsoba would be an important step in that direction as his proven quality and performance in Germany could bring stability and experience to the Spurs defence.
The transfer window is in full swing and Tottenham are ready to act decisively to achieve their goals. Tapsoba’s signing would be a significant step in bolstering the defense and aiming for more ambitious achievements in the upcoming Premier League season.