Tottenham linked to €35m move for Colombian defender

Tottenham linked to €35m move for Colombian defender

Tottenham linked to €35m move for Colombian defender

Reputable English and Dutch outlets aren't running with the rumor yet, so you shouldn't get your hopes up yet, but Gerard Romero uses some definitive language here - he says that Sanchez is going to be a Tottenham player, and that Spurs will pay €35 million.

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Sanchez joined the record 33-time Dutch champions from boyhood club Atletico Nacional - where he lifted South America's premier club competition the Copa Libertadores - last summer and presently has four years left on his Ajax contract.

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Sanchez was hugely impressive in his debut campaign in Holland last season as he made 43 appearances to help Ajax finish runners-up in the Eredivisie to title-winners Feyenoord. In fact, the youngster also scored with six goals and provided two assists.

Also on Pochettino's shopping list is Ross Barkley, who's future at Everton has been a source of constant speculation throughout pre-season, with Toffees manager Ronald Koeman confirming in interviews that he believes the 23-year-old midfielder's future lies away from Goodison Park, with Barkley refusing to sign a new contract with the Merseyside club.

He is great in the air and loves to have the ball at his feet, with Sanchez often seen bombing forward into the opponents half at any given opportunity.

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Ajax have done well to keep hold of the Colombian despite a host of clubs ready to swoop for the centre-back and he will once again form a partnership at the back with Matthijs de Ligt.

Ajax's road to the Europa League final was partly paved by the valiant efforts of Sanchez. His reputation is already growing as one of the finest young defenders in Europe and it will only grow over the next year.

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