Ivan Perisic is reported, as “one step away” from joining Tottenham, according to Fabrizio Romano, while Gianluca Di Marzio claims the Croat “will soon say yes definitively” to joining the North London club.
Perisic’s contract with Inter Milan expires this summer, and Tottenham have been in talks with the experienced Wideman since Monday, according to Romano.
According to the journalist, the 33-year-old is now prepared to accept Tottenham’s two-year contract and is just waiting to communicate his desire to Inter in order to complete the transfer.
According to Di Marzio, the Spurs have agreed to meet Perisic’s contract demands by offering him a two-year contract. He claims that the move has accelerated in recent hours and that the player will soon say “yes.”
According to the journalist, Spurs are now awaiting a final response from the former Bayern Munich player, and Antonio Conte’s men are growing optimistic about their chances of closing the deal.
If we do sign Perisic, it will mark a significant shift in the club’s transfer policy. Since his arrival last summer, Paratici has preferred to sign young players with high resale value.
Signing Perisic would buck that trend and show that the club is willing to back Conte’s judgment and assist the Italian in building a squad capable of competing next season.
Because the Croat is available for a free transfer, there is little risk involved, especially since his reported wage demands are not excessive.