If Gareth Bale doesn’t have “it” anymore, then Jose Mourinho’s gonna produce other choices.
Heck, even when he does.
Tottenham will quickly announce the signing of Benfica striker Carlos Vinicius on a one-year mortgage and $50 million-plus option-to-buy after the season.
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To not be confused with Actual Madrid star Vinicius Junior, Carlos Vinicius is a 25-year-old Brazilian striker coming off a career-year in Portugal.
Vinicius scored 23 instances with 13 assists in a breakout 2019-20 season, his 18 league objectives tied for the Portuguese prime flight lead with teammate Pizzi and Rio Ave’s Mehdi Taremi.
He’s additionally comfy coming off the bench, scoring these six of his 18 league objectives in substitute performances.
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Soccer.London reporter Alasdair Gold says Vinicius was Jose Mourinho’s No. 1 summer time goal however the price ticket was too excessive earlier within the window.
Vinicius used to belong to Napoli however twice went out on mortgage, a type of a 16-appearance, 2-goal marketing campaign for Monaco in Ligue 1.
The participant shares an company with Cristiano Ronaldo, Ederson, Ruben Neves, Ruben Dias, and Matt Doherty.
One yr mortgage and a buyout clause: 45 million. Carlos Vinícius, Benfica and Tottenham reached a deal.
— Gonçalo Lopes (@_GoncaloLopes) September 30, 2020
Report: Tottenham lands Mourinho’s No. 1 striker goal from Benfica initially appeared on NBCSports.com