According to the Daily Star, Paris Saint-Germain outcast Lucas Moura has signed a deal with the Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, as he rejected a move to Arsenal.
The French publication RMC Sport have announced that the 25-year-old Brazilian has signed a four-year deal with the Spurs.
The same reports suggest that Spurs still haven’t found the agreement with the French giants, but it should be done by the end of January, as both PSG and Lucas are looking for the separation.
The former Sao Paulo winger has already stressed his excitement of joining Tottenham, as he declined both Arsenal and Real Betis.
Mauricio Pochettino has been chasing attacking reinforcement for a while now, with Lucas and Bordeaux winger Malcom, both named as the potential targets.
Despite a miserable first half of the season, Lucas Moura is still one of the best wingers in Europe, and the opportunity to work under the Argentinean manager could help him revive his career.
The Brazilian now seems closer to wearing the white shirt after PSG accepted to lower their demands from initial £35 million, to the agreeable £21.9 million.