Moussa Sissoko has joined Tottenham Hotspur and is delighted to have sealed his switch to the White Hart Lane side.

The France midfielder is linking up with the White Hart Lane outfit for a fee of £30m after Spurs beat off interest from Everton to land the player from Newcastle United.

And Sissoko, who looked set for the Toffees at one point, has wasted no time in confirming the move, posting a photograph of himself holding a Tottenham Hotspur shirt on social media.

The midfielder also wrote: "Very happy to join Spurs for the next five years!"

Sissoko's switch to White Hart Lane means he has Champions League football to look forward to this season, with Spurs due to play their games at Wembley.


The capture of the Frenchman adds to Mauricio Pochettino's options in the middle of the park.

Sissoko was in fine form for France this summer at Euro 2016, something which further boosted his stock.

He had been linked with a number of clubs, including Real Madrid, after declaring his intention to quit St. James' Park.