A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Tottenham Hotspur this Friday evening.
The 23-year-old will wear the number seven shirt, with the London Evening Standard reporting that the South Korean has signed a five-year contract at White Hart Lane in a deal that's said to be worth around £22 million, according to the Daily Mirror.
Elsewhere, Emmanuel Adebayor's move to West Ham United could be back on according to several reports, with the striker in line for a season-long loan move.
The Evening Standard reports that Adebayor is likely to agree personal terms at the Boleyn Ground and is expected to sign for the Hammers on Sunday after undergoing a medical. Spurs are expected to pay 'a portion' of the £100,000 wages the 31-year-old currently commands.
Having had two bids rejected for West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berhaino, the Standard also reports that Spurs are considering their next move, with a bid of £22 million the latest to be turned down by the Baggies.
However, the Daily Mail reports that a move for the forward could still be on after West Brom head coach Tony Pulis didn't rule out the possibility of the player leaving The Hawthorns.
Pulis told reporters at his weekly press conference: "I wasn’t in the discussions with Saido and haven’t seen him since. I’ll have a chat with him. I’ll never say never until it's closed and factual. I can’t answer for the chairman. If he has said that then he has said that."
Aside from transfers, Tottenham learned their Europa League fate today, and were handed a group they ought to qualify from pretty comfortably.
It does, however, involve a trip to Azerbaijan to take on Qarabag, but two opponents are closer to home with Anderlecht and Monaco also drawn in Group J.