Tottenham Club announced today via the official Twitter account that has reached an agreement with Valencia's Roberto Soldado moving to London.
"We are pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Valencia for the transfer of Roberto Soldado," stated the press team in the Premier League. The player is now expected to make fizita London medical and perfect transaction.
Spanish striker was one of the best players of Valencia in recent seasons, he managed to score 80 goals in 146 appearances for grouping the Mestalla.
Tottenham had hoped to pay less than the clause had to Soldado in the contract, but Liverpool's entry forced the Londoners to agree with the terms "bats".
Tottenham's leaders have reached an agreement with Spanish international player after last summer Soldado did not want to go at White Hart Lane. The striker will play at White Hart Lane until 2017.
However, the operation currently stalled because there was an unexpected element in the negotiation with football agents. "The agreement with Tottenham is total. Was a problem with Soldado agents. The player will not leave the club until they will solve this problem. Depends on agents. Valencia has already agreed," said Salvo.
According to Marca, the problem in the negotiations is a commission that former Valencia president Manuel Llorente has given to Soldado in his contract extension last summer. It's a fee that was divided into five additional years of football contract, 2012-2017, and which Salvo trying to "cancel". Club president Valencian striker 'agents asked to give up a part of that commission, that of the years 2013-2017, because in these seasons will not be in Valencia.
However, Soldado's agents will not to give up receiving that money, because although the money was to be paid in installments, they correspond to the operations of extension of the commitment, last summer.
"Bats" already found the perfect replacement for the striker . It is Helder Postiga, says Spanish newspaper Marca. Zaragoza striker would cost Valencia only 3 million, but the bosses of Miroslav Djukic want another striker who would have the media and the impact it had Soldado. Favorite seems to be Fernando Torres, Chelsea striker.