Wednesday, 13th January 2010

Tottenham have agreed personal terms with Internacional’s tough-tackling defensive midfielder Sandro, according to the player’s lawyer, Luiz Paulo Chignall. The youngster has been linked with a move to White Hart Lane since August of last year, and now looks set to join the club before the January transfer window closes.

"We have now agreed all of Sandro’s personal terms – his salary, the length of his contract and so on, although nothing can yet be signed," said Chignall in The Guardian. "Sandro is happy and ready to join Tottenham. We liked the offer. All that remains is for Tottenham and Inter to finalise the small details, including the transfer fee.”

Harry Redknapp has been clear he is in need of one more central midfielder, having only Wilson Palacios, Tom Huddlestone and Jermaine Jenas to choose from with Luka Modric still not fit enough to play. The capture of the 20-year-old Brazilian though, will depend largely on the sale of out of favour striker Roman Pavlyuchenko, who is believed to be a subject of a £10M bid from Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg.



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