Tottenham and Real Madrid have reportedly reached an agreement over the sale of Sergio Reguilon.
Spurs will pay €30m (£27.5m), writes journalist Fabrizio Romano and the left-back has agreed personal terms.
Reguilon was keen on joining Man United, but was persuaded by Spurs, who have given him a contract until 2025.
However, United did not want to add a ‘buy-back’ clause into the contract, while Tottenham agreed.
Romano also mentions a ‘pre-emption’ clause, which allows Real to match any future bids from other clubs.
Paperworks to be signed and he will be announced as a Tottenham Player.