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Welcome Pedro Porro

Havocc

Havocc

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You better be decent, sick and tired of the RB debate we been having
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J.spurs

J.spurs

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RB at Spurs is becoming like being the drummer for Spinal Tap. Here’s hoping Señor Porro is the exception.
 
ClemFandango

ClemFandango

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Indeed ..

Porro shrugs, laughs, a determination there. “Let me loose in a prison and I’ll end up owning the place. But it’s hard: it was only a week, I’d never played a minute at City, never played in England in my life. It’s a couple of days, I start against Leicester. What do you want? For me to score five and cut out 70 balls?! Anyone can have a bad day. From there, I just keep on: take English classes, get into the group, adapt.”
 
NiceOneCyril

NiceOneCyril

Player in Training.
he’s going to be a fan favourite if we can get him to stay
 
USspur

USspur

Player in Training.

When Porro joined Tottenham the north London club made it clear that the 23-year-old was arriving on loan "with an obligation to make the deal permanent in the summer". His parent club Sporting made the full details of the deal very clear, including the finances involved in a transfer that will cost Spurs £38.6m in total, and when that obligation will kick in within an official statement.

"Sporting SAD reached an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur for the temporary transfer of player Pedro Porro, until the end of the season 2022/2023, for the sum of 5m euros," it read.

"The agreement includes the option to permanently acquire the player's sporting rights, by the amount of 40m euros, which can be exercised by Tottenham or by Sporting with effect from the 1st of July 2023 and consequent definitive assignment of the player to Tottenham.

"The value of the solidarity mechanism due to third-party clubs will be supported by approximately 95% by Tottenham."

The statement also detailed the money going to intermediaries involved in the deal and also that Tottenham had thrown in part of their rights to a future cut in the sale of former academy player Marcus Edwards, who Sporting signed from Vitoria.


"The costs with the intermediation services related to the aforementioned transfer amount to 427,220 euros, to which will be added the amount of 2,383,780 euros in case of transfer of the player permanently," read the statement.

"At the same time, Tottenham ceded to Sporting the absolute percentage of 15% of the rights and economic factors related to the player Marcus Edwards."
 
Yid

Yid

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Pedro Porro on his insta

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Ooof, his arse is obviously sore from his international omission...

He couldn't have done more for us, he's had a stand out season on top of previous stand out seasons.

Hope he doesn't see us as the limiting factor in his ceiling or that our limitations are holding him back...
 
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