According to French newspaper L'Equipe, Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier has agreed a deal with Tottenham Hotspur - but also has agreements with Inter Milan and Juventus in a complex situation.
Tottenham kicked off their Premier League season with a 2-0 win at Newcastle United on Sunday afternoon, but the attention again turns back to the final weeks of the transfer window, given that Spurs still haven't made a new signing this summer.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino saw right back Kyle Walker-Peters impress against Newcastle on his Premier League debut, but he remains in experienced, whilst Kieran Trippier is out injured, with many believing that a new right back must be a priority after Kyle Walker's move to Manchester City.
Now, French newspaper L'Equipe report that Paris Saint-Germain right back Serge Aurier has agreed terms to join Tottenham - but he also has agreements with Inter Milan and Juventus as well, as we stacks up his options.
Aurier, 24, joined PSG back in the summer of 2014 having starred with Toulouse In France and turned in impressive displays for the Ivory Coast at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and he has been a regular with PSG ever since.
With more than 80 appearances in the last two seasons, Aurier has been a solid contributor, impressing with his combination of pace, power and crossing ability - all of which would make him a strong contender to replace Walker at Tottenham.
With PSG signing Dani Alves this summer and already having Thomas Meunier, Aurier is now the third-choice right back at the Parc des Princes, and looks set to leave for one of three major clubs.
It's believed that Aurier has provisionally agreed deals with Spurs, Inter and Juventus, with three clubs now vying to agree terms with PSG and win the race for his signature, with the Ivorian seemingly desperate to leave the French capital having allegedly lined up deals with three teams already.
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