According to an exclusive report by The Evening Standard, Daniel Levy, chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, has been heavily involved in the club’s transfer activities, spending considerable time at Hotspur Way over the past week to provide updates to manager Ange Postecolgou.
Tottenham has wasted no time in the summer transfer window, already bolstering their squad in two key areas with the signings of Guglielmo Vicario and James Maddison even before the start of pre-season. The club is now reportedly on the brink of reinforcing their wide positions following the departures of Arnaut Danjuma and Lucas Moura. Manor Solomon is expected to join as a free agent, as per sources from The Athletic.
Furthermore, recent reports suggest that Spurs are prioritizing the strengthening of their left centre-back position. The club is said to be in talks for potential deals involving Edmond Tapsoba from Bayer Leverkusen and Micky van de Ven from Wolfsburg, according to information provided by Fabrizio Romano.
The involvement of Daniel Levy in the transfer dealings has been confirmed by The Evening Standard, which reveals that the chairman has been actively engaging with manager Ange Postecoglou. Levy has been keeping the Australian updated on the progress of various negotiations and the club’s efforts to offload unwanted players.Embed from Getty Images
Without the presence of former director of football Fabio Paratici, Levy has assumed the responsibility of negotiating deals himself, a role he evidently relishes. It is hoped that Tottenham can swiftly conclude most of their transfer business rather than prolonging negotiations until the end of the window in search of better deals.