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Tottenham have reportedly agreed a fee to sign Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest

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Tottenham have reportedly agreed a fee to sign Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest. The player is also on his way to have the medical.

Hence, the exchange of documents between the clubs will also take place. The player has also agreed personal terms for the move.

TOTTENHAM AND BRENNAN JOHNSON TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY

According to reports, Tottenham have agreed a fee to sign Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest. The reports also claims that Spurs will pay a fee of 45 million including the add-ons. Johnson has also agreed to the personal terms. Hence, the Welshman is on his way to the Spurs training ground to have his medical before the deadline day.

Tottenham and Nottingham Forest are also getting ready to exchange the documents. The Spurs want to avoid any late problems or confusion on the deadline day. Whereas, Nottingham Forest are also looking to seal three new signings before the end of the deadline day. The Premier League side are in process of signing Ibrahima Sangare, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Odysseas Vlachodimos.

THE SPURS OWNERSHIP IS FINALLY BACKING THEIR MANAGER TO START A NEW ERA

It looks like the Tottenham ownership are finally backing their manager. They have not done enough for the previous managers in the previous transfer windows. The new signings have arrived. However, the Premier League giants have not signed top targets and signed backup targets because of less time or not having enough money to seal the deal.

Tottenham have also used the funds from the Harry Kane deal properly. Ange Postecoglou had James Maddison and Brennan Johnson as their top targets this summer. It looks like the Spurs have managed to get both the deals done this summer transfer window. Nottingham Forest will also feel happy with the profits made on the sale of Brennan Johnson.

Tottenham currently have no European football this season. Hence, they have taken the right advantage to reshape their squad and sign younger players. It looks like Daniel Levy has finally opened his wallet at the right time for investment in the squad.

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