Antonio Nusa, a winger for Club Brugge, is apparently still a target for Tottenham Hotspur.
Radu Dragusin and Timo Werner are two additions to the team that head coach Ange Postecoglou was able to make during the January transfer window.
Even so, at least one more player—who may or may not join the team right away—is anticipated to be added before the January transfer window closes.
As per the sources from the previous week, Nusa is in the second group and Spurs are trying to work out a deal with Club Brugge before letting the player play the rest of the season in Belgium.
Even though it seemed like that transaction was moving along well, it was later claimed that Brentford had surpassed Spurs in the race to finalize a deal by the end of the month.
According to reports, the Bees have agreed to pay Club Brugge £25.6 million for the 18-year-old and, similar to Spurs, to let him finish 2023–24 at his present club.
However, due to back and knee difficulties in the medical, Brentford is prepared to abandon their efforts to finalize a deal, according to CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs, who is posting on X.
The Daily Mail states that Spurs now regard themselves as back in the race for Nusa’s signature as a result.
It is now unclear if Spurs will try to renegotiate agreements with their Club Brugge counterparts in light of the purported disclosures in the medical.
Nusa has received consistent senior action this season despite the mentioned problems, totaling 28 games across all competitions.
In 1330 minutes of football, he has provided four goals and three assists. Since July, he has also been awarded four senior caps for Norway.
Nusa has reportedly piqued the interest of Chelsea, Newcastle United, Fulham, and other teams at various stages in January since the kid fits their ideal new recruit profile.
Even though Nusa’s contract is valid through the conclusion of the 2026–2027 season, Club Brugge seems eager to finalize a transfer before the end of the month.