Who is Juan Foyth? Watch Tottenham's new signing in action

Who is Juan Foyth? Watch Tottenham's new signing in action

Who is Juan Foyth? Watch Tottenham's new signing in action

Spurs are on course to confirm a string of signings ahead of the final day of the summer transfer window, having sealed moves for Davinson Sanchez and Paulo Gazziniga last week.

Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed the arrival of Juan Foyth from Estudiantes on a five-year deal.

The 19-year-old has been a top target for Spurs throughout the transfer window, although negotiations moved slowly despite Estudiantes president Juan Sebastian Veron travelling to London to enter talks.

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Tottenham haven't disclosed the precise details of the fee but the BBC claim they have paid Estudiantes around £8m, which could turn out to be a shrewd piece of business by the Londoners.

Foyth, an Argentina junior worldwide, has signed a long-term contract until June 2022.

Foyth, however, was not happy with his path to the first team in Paris and opted to reject PSG and sign with Pochettino, whom he said believes in youth.

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Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino (pic: Andrew Matthews/PA Images).

The Argentina Under-20 worldwide had been expected to sign for Paris Saint-Germain earlier this summer but confirmed in a recent interview with La Plata daily newspaper El Dia he had decided on Tottenham - largely thanks to the intervention of his compatriot Pochettino.

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The defender commented that he "really likes this club", saying "I've followed it since I was a boy".

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