Tottenham transfers: Pochettino confirms possible new arrival

DeAndre Yedlin's move to Tottenham could be brought forward to January

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that DeAndre Yedlin could join Tottenham Hotspur in January.

The Seattle Sounders full-back has already agreed a £2.5m transfer to White Hart Lane and is set to join up with his new club next summer.

However, Pochettino has now admitted that injuries to his squad could mean that Spurs may move to bring the USA international to north London in the new year.

Asked about the possibility of Yedlin joining in January, Pochettino replied: “I don’t know.

“We need to analyse. It’s too early to say in January or at the end of the season.

“I have to decide, but one option is that maybe in January we bring him here.

“It’s too early to make a decision, we need to analyse different situations.”


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