Wolfsburg defender Micky van de Ven is “anticipated” to go away his membership this summer season as Tottenham Hotspur discover the “prospect of a deal”, in line with journalist Ryan Taylor.
Who’re Spurs signing this summer season?
Spurs have moved swiftly to seal offers for a number of switch targets over this previous week, with the membership confirming each Guglielmo Vicario and James Maddison have put pen to paper.
Vicario, after a formidable season at Empoli, will are available as a possible substitute for long-serving primary Hugo Lloris – with the Frenchman admitting he may depart this summer season window.
The Lilywhites are conducting astute enterprise to date and experiences recommend that Ange Postecoglou’s facet have now turned their consideration in the direction of the signing of a centre-back.
After conceding extra targets than any other top flight above 15th final season, it’s a evident difficulty that must be addressed, with Spurs thought to be interested within the likes of van de Ven and Bayer Leverkusen defender Edmond Tapsoba.
Sharing an replace on their pursuit of the previous, journalist Taylor has written a small line for The Express, backing experiences from different media sources that Spurs are stepping up their curiosity in van de Ven.
Taylor claims Tottenham are “exploring the prospect of a deal” to signal the Netherlands worldwide, who has additionally been scouted by Liverpool, but it surely seems the north Londoners might have been boosted.
Including one other replace, Taylor additionally writes that van de Ven is “anticipated to go away” Wolfsburg this summer season, coming as Spurs significantly eye a transfer for the colossal 6 foot 4 defender.
Who’s Micky van de Ven?
The 22-year-old was an untouchable for Wolfsburg over the 22/23 Bundesliga season.
Certainly, solely their goalkeeper performed extra league minutes for the German facet, whereas no sqaud member may match van de Ven’s spectacular charge of blocks per 90 (WhoScored).
The Dutchman additionally accomplished extra correct passes (88.3%) than some other Wolfsburg common, highlighting his distinctive talents as a ball-playing defender.
Soccer Transfers journalist, Ronan Murphy, even hailed van de Ven as a “large” on the pitch who’s been flourishing at Wolfsburg.