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Tottenham Agree £26m Deal to Sign Valencia Striker Roberto Soldado: Nightly Soccer Report

roberto soldado1 Tottenham Agree £26m Deal to Sign Valencia Striker Roberto Soldado: Nightly Soccer Report

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a £26million deal with Valencia to sign Roberto Soldado, according to a report in Spain.

Soldado still has to agree personal terms and undergo a medical, but the outlook appears very positive that Tottenham have finally secured a deal to sign their elusive striker. The newspaper reports that Tottenham Hotspur Technical Director Franco Baldini said that the club will pay the £26million release clause in a series of installments.

What’s your opinion about Roberto Soldado? Will he be able to adapt to Premier League football? And now that Tottenham are close to wrapping up this transfer, is there transfer business complete for the summer, or do you see more additions being made before the window closes? Have your say in the comments section below.

Thanks to SB Nation’s Cartilage Free Captain blog for staying on top of the developing story.

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