Tottenham reached an agreement to signal Carlos Vinicius on loan from the Portuguese giants, Benfica, introduced on Thursday.
The initial £ 2.7 million (€ 3m) loan deal for Carlos Vinicius has the option to purchase an additional £ 41m (€ 45m), although the amount paid for the loan will be deducted if exercised.
Tottenham is scheduled to make a back-up sign for star Harry Kane, following the first links of Nepali’s Arcadius Milic and Torino captain Andrea Bellotti.
Jose Mourinho’s Spurs now turn to Brazilian Carlos Vinicius, who joined Benfica last year solely from Serie A aspect Napoli.
Carlos Vinicius scored 18 objectives in the final season of 32 Primary Liga performances, while he scored 22 points in all competitions.
The 25-year-old finished the 2019–20 primary Liga campaign, which Benfica completed runners-up to rival, Porto, due to joint top scorers with teammates Pizzi and Rio Ave’s Mehdi Taremi.
Amid uncertainty about his future, Carlos Vinicius saw the full 18-minute league pace this season, with head coach Jorge Jesus alongside the pair of Darwin Nunz and Luca Waldschmidt.
On Thursday, Tottenham certified for the Europa League group stage with a 7–2 round of Maccabi Haifa in London while they are eighth within the Premier League and a factor of 5 from tempo.
After joining Spurs in an 18-month deal in January, Tottenham loaned first time a Benfica player.