Jan Vertonghen sends message to new Tottenham signing

Jan Vertonghen welcomes Victor Wanyama to Tottenham Hotspur via a message on Twitter

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Jan Vertonghen has taken to social media to welcome Victor Wanyama to Tottenham Hotspur after the midfielder signed for the north London club last week.

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The 24-year-old became Tottenham’s first signing of the summer transfer window on Thursday as Mauricio Pochettino moved quickly to bolster his squad ahead of Spurs’ return to the Champions League next season.

Pochettino originally signed the Kenyan international while he was in charge of Southampton back in 2013 and is clearly a keen admirer of the midfielder.

Spurs defender Vertonghen was quick to welcome Wanyama to the club, posting the following message on Twitter:

The Spurs boss is thought to be on the lookout for a number of other signings as he prepares for a big season at White Hart Lane.

His side challenged for the Premier League title for much of last term but ended up third in the table after being pipped by Arsenal on the final day of the campaign.

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