TOTTENHAM are closing in on the signing of Sergio Reguilon with the Real Madrid defender reportedly at the club’s training ground.
Spurs look to have beaten Manchester United in the race to prise the left-back away from the Bernabeu, having agreed a deal to bring him to North London.
Jose Mourinho’s side are said to have had a fee in the region of £25million accepted for the 23-year-old.
And, according to the Evening Standard, Reguilon is already at Hotspur Way having arrived at the complex on Wednesday.
They claim that he is set to have his medical on Thursday ahead of finalising his switch from Spain.
It has been suggested that the club could announce his signing on Thursday ahead of their Europa League second qualifying round clash against Bulgarian outfit Lokomotiv Plovdiv.
Spurs are understood to have accepted a number of clauses from Real in their deal to sign the ex-Sevilla loanee.
One of those is that the LaLiga champions have the option to buy him back for £36m within the next two years.
Another is that Real can match any fee that Spurs agrees with another club should they decide to sell him within that period.
Reguilon could be joined by his Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale at Spurs, with the Welsh winger on the brink of re-joining the club on loan.
Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett has fuelled speculation of Bale’s arrival, as he admitted that a deal is ‘close’.
He told AFP: “It’s close but not done.
“It’s a complicated deal.”