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Tottenham defender Japhet Tanganga is reportedly waiting to sign for AC Milan, with Fabio Paratici working on a deal to loan out the England youth international with a £21m obligation to buy for next summer.
According to CalcioMercato’s Daniele Longo via GIFN, the 23-year-old Spurs superstar is keen on a move to the Serie A giants, with Milan currently making progress on a deal to sign Tanganga, with the current plan being to loan out the centre-back to the San Siro before the move becomes permanent in 2023.
As per reports, Tottenham’s director of football, Paratici, is keen to recoup at least £21m for Tanganga next year, with Milan hopeful that the London-born defender will replicate similar form to Fikayo Tomori, who joined the club 18-months ago from Chelsea and has since developed into one of Italy’s best centre-backs.
Indeed, whilst there isn’t a guarantee that Tanganga will adapt to life in Milan as well as the England international, the Tottenham academy graduate’s style of play seems to suggest that he would be an ideal fit for the Lombardy outfit for the upcoming season.
Tanganga has impressed at both right-back and centre-back for Tottenham since breaking into the first-team, and this defensive versatility could make the 23-year-old a star signing for Milan, who are keen to improve their defence following the departure of club captain Alessio Romagnoli at the end of last season.
Indeed, winning Serie A last season will be a major draw for Tanganga, who is unlikely to win silverware with Tottenham despite the incredible work Antonio Conte has done this summer, and signing for Milan would be a smart move for the English youngster, who could reinvent himself with the Italian giants next season.
Tanganga should be pushing Tottenham to complete Milan signing
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The deal to take Tanganga to Milan is a complicated one, with Tottenham trying to structure a loan-to-buy operation that could take some time actually finalise, and because of this, the defender himself should be pushing for the move to be completed soon.
As we know, European leagues are starting earlier this year due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November, and for Tanganga, the sooner he signs for Milan the better as it will give the defender time to adapt to a new culture and a new division, crucial steps for any player moving abroad for the first time.
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