- Spurs confirm signing of Maddison
- Second signing of the summer
- Maddison moves after relegation
WHAT HAPPENED? Spurs have announced the signing of the attacking midfielder after striking a £40 million ($50.5m) deal following Leicester's fall into the Championship. Maddison was also targeted by Newcastle, but Spurs have beaten their Premier League rivals to the punch, and he has signed a contract until 2028.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Maddison follows Guglielmo Vicario in joining new manager Ange Postecoglou at Tottenham, with the goalkeeper announced as a new signing on Tuesday. Newcastle had been leading the race for England international Maddison, but Spurs moved quickly to steal a march on their competitors and wrap up the transfer. Harry Winks is set to join Leicester in a separate £10m ($12.6m) deal, per BBC Sport.
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WHAT NEXT? Spurs are preparing for a pre-season tour of Australia and Maddison will hope to get some minutes under his belt before the 2023-24 season.