Tottenham Sign £45m Sanchez From Ajax

Tottenham Sign £45m Sanchez From Ajax

Tottenham Sign £45m Sanchez From Ajax

Sanchez is Tottenham's record signing, with a transfer deal that could reach as high as £42m if he meets his contract incentives.

British media had reported that Tottenham were expected to pay a club-record fee of NZ$74million for the defender, who scored six goals in 45 games for Ajax last season and was their player of the year.

Sanchez, a twice-capped Colombia global, was the Dutch club's Player of the Year last season, helping them to the Europa League final, but told them he wanted to join Spurs.

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Spurs announced a deal for the 21-year-old had been agreed on Friday and the Colombia centre-back underwent a medical and finalised the remaining paperwork on Wednesday.

He played in last season's Europa League final, which Manchester United won 2-0, and was named Ajax's player of the year in May.

Sanchez becomes the Premier League club's second summer signing after goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga joined from Southampton on Wednesday. He will provide back-up to Hugo Lloris and Michel Vorm.

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Sanchez has developed in to one of the best young central defenders in Europe since joining Ajax from Colombian side Atletico Nacional last summer.

"This is the first [signing] in the latter parts of the window and hopefully we can do a couple more".

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