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Published: 13:04 | 20/6/16

Wanyama set for Tottenham move

Midfielder undergoing medical at White Hart Lane

Victor Wanyama looks set for a move to Tottenham after the club agreed a fee with Southampton for the midfielder.

The Kenyan is believed to be undergoing a medical in north London after finalising terms on a four-year deal.

The fee for the former Celtic player, who has been continuously linked with a move away from St Mary's is believed to be in the region of £11-12m.

Wanyama has just one year remaining on his current Southampton contract and it is believed that Celtic will benefit from a sell-on clause should the fee reach £12m.

Tottenham had tried to sign Wanyama last year after the midfielder told then-Saints boss Ronald Koeman that he wished ot be re-united with former manager Mauricio Pochettino.

The London club had been keen to sign a midfielder this summer as they prepare for Champions League football next season following their third-placed Premier League finish last term.


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