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Tottenham Has Made An Offer To Atalanta For Defender Cristian Romero Worth Ps34 Million Plus Ps8 Million In Add Ons

Tottenham has reportedly made a PS34 million proposal for Atalanta defender Cristian Romero, plus an additional PS8 million in add-ons.
The Serie A club signed the centre defender on a two-year loan from Juventus in September 2020, with a PS13 million buyout option at the end of the season. Tottenham, who have already agreed to loan goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini from Atalanta, are now trying to bolster their defense.
According to Argentina’s TyC Sports, the Italian club has been offered PS34 million plus an additional PS8 million in bonuses.
Tottenham have reportedly offered PS34 million plus PS8 million in add-ons for Atalanta defender Cristian Romero, with Nuno Espirito Santo (right) eager to bolster his defense. Atalanta are believed to value the 23-year-old at PS47 million and are not under any pressure to sell because he will join them at the end of the season.
Spurs have agreed personal terms with Romero, according to Sky Sport Italy, who will sign a five-year contract if the two teams can agree on a fee.
Fabrizio Romano, a football transfer analyst, also tweeted that a PS47 million cost will be considered.
Romero was instrumental in Atalanta’s re-qualification for the Champions League.
The centre back’s strong play in Serie A earned him the title of ‘Defender of the Season.’ The 23-year-old was a member of Argentina’s Copa America-winning squad last summer. He scored three goals and added five assists in 42 games last season, and his impressive performances earned him the title of ‘Defender of the Season.’
He was also a member of Argentina’s Copa America-winning squad earlier this month, with Lionel Scaloni’s side preserving a clean sheet in each of the three games he appeared in.
Spurs and new manager Nuno Espirito Santo have made it a priority to get a defender this summer.
Earlier this month, the club had a PS13 million bid for Bologna centre defender Takehiro Tomiyasu rejected.

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