Tottenham is set to complete another signing in Matt Doherty from Wolves which a £16 million deal has been agreed by both teams, MySportDab reports.
Jose Mourinho has been busy in the transfer market shopping for new defenders to add more strength to Tottenham.
After the successful signing of Southampton defender Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, they are now set to complete the signing of Matt Doherty.
A deal has been reached by both Wolves and Tottenham for a £16 million move with the defender set for medical.
The player will be a huge impact for Spurs as they look to rebuild from last season failure but managed to seal Europa qualification.
Tottenham have agreed to pay up to £16 million ($21m) to Wolves to sign Matt Doherty, according to reports from Football Insider.
The Republic of Ireland international has emerged as Jose Mourinho’s first choice to replace Serge Aurier.
A formal offer to follow in the coming days for the deal to be completed for the proven player who did well for Wolves.
Doherty exploits helped Nuno Santos Espirito’s side finish seventh on the league table last season.
Arsenal’s FA cup win means they miss out on Europa League qualification despite their impressive season.