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Tottenham are close to completing a loan deal for Clement Lenglet after reportedly agreeing personal terms with the defender.
Lenglet, 27, will join north London on a season-long loan deal.
Antonio Conte has been pushing to sign the Frenchman and Lenglet has now agreed to personal terms, reports Fabrizio Romano.
Spurs have been on the hunt for a new centre-back all summer after the rejection of Alessandro Bastoni and Milan Skriniar transfers.
Tottenham and Barcelona are still discussing the final details of the loan but the move is set to be announced soon.
Gerard Romero reports that Spurs will not pay his entire salary but will take around £115,000 of his £200,000-week wages.
Meanwhile, Man Utd have reportedly agreed personal terms with Tyrell Malacia ahead of his proposed move to Manchester United.
The left-back, 22, was close to a move to Lyon but United hijacked the deal on Tuesday.
And the Red Devils have since acted quickly to snap up Malacia and make him Erik ten Hag’s first signing as United boss.
Paperwork will be done soon before Malacia is announced as Red Devil, reports Fabrizio Romano.
United will pay Feyenoord a £13m fee with an additional £1.7m in add-ons.