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OFFICIAL! Tottenham Unveil New Goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario

Tottenham have officially unveiled their new goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario who joins from Empoli, MySportDab reports.

The young short stopper comes in to replace Hugo Lloris who won’t be staying any longer with the Spurs.

Tottenham have captured the signing of Guglielmo Vicario who will be their new goalkeeper ahead of the new season.

He is coming in as a long term project after putting pen to paper to stay with the Premier League side.

Tottenham sign the goalkeeper for a five year contract which will come to an end in 2028.

Spurs took to their official website to announce and unveil the goalkeeper who will be wearing number 31.

Here Is What Was Said:

“We are delighted to announce the signing of Guglielmo Vicario from Empoli, subject to international clearance and a work permit.

“The Italy international has signed a contract with the Club that will run until 2028 and will wear the number 13 shirt.

“Born in Udine, Italy, Guglielmo spent his early years with Bearzi, joining Udinese’s youth team in August, 2013, before a season-long loan with Fontanafredda during the 2014/15 campaign, where he made a total of 30 appearances.

“A commanding goalkeeper with the ability to play out from the back, Guglielmo moved to Venezia in August, 2015, making 89 appearances in all competitions for the Italian side.

“He kept 28 clean sheets and, in 2016/17, helped the club earn promotion to Serie B, while also claiming the Coppa Italia Lega Pro.

Tottenham have now completed their first signing for the summer window under their new manager who will be hoping to make a difference.

Meanwhile Spurs are fighting to keep Harry Kane who have already received offer from Bayern Munich.

Tottenham are hoping to keep some of their big players as they announce and unveiled Guglielmo Vicario who complete his move from Empoli in Italy this summer.

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