Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a deal with FC Twente to sign winger Nacer Chadli in a £7million transfer. Spurs were able to brush aside Swansea City who were also interested in signing the highly-rated footballer.
Chadli still needs to undergo a medical and agree personal terms before putting pen to paper on the deal.
From 2010-2013, Chadli made 80 league appearances for FC Twente and scored 21 goals. Here’s a highlight reel of the Belgian’s skills:
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Tottenham agree £7m deal to sign FC Twente winger Nacer Chadli — The Guardian
- Manchester United look to bring words ‘Football Club’ back to club crest — The Telegraph
- Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny suffers ankle injury to add to defensive crisis — The Independent
- Joe Kinnear adds Mick Hartford to Newcastle backroom staff — Chronicle
- Gazza charged with two counts of common assault following railway station incident — The Mirror
- Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is on 3-man short list to be the new Barcelona coach — 101GG
- Luis Suarez arrives in Melbourne ahead of showdown talks with Liverpool — The Telegraph
- Sunderland in bid to sign Italian hitman Lorenzo Insigne — Chronicle
- David Moyes preparing to allow Wilfried Zaha out on loan in January — The Telegraph
- Chelsea to offer Didier Drogba a player-coach role — The Mirror
- Andre Schurrle ‘honoured’ to follow in the footsteps of Michael Ballack at Chelsea — Telegraph
- Fulham rival Newcastle for Aston Villa star Bent — Shields Gazette
- Cardiff reverse statement that club agreed a deal to buy Victor Wanyama from Celtic — BBC Sport
- Napoli agree €35m fee with Real Madrid for Arsenal target Gonzalo Higuain — 101GG
- Napoli complete signing of Spain defender Raul Albiol from Real Madrid — Sky Sports
- Least unethical to most unethical shirt sponsors in Premier League — These Football Times
- Jupp Heynckes rules himself out of Barcelona job — Pro Soccer Talk
- Now into the Gold Cup elimination stage, the United States meets El Salvador on Sunday — Pro Soccer Talk
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