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Since last month, Van van Ven and Spurs have been in negotiations, and last week they made progress. Now that he has committed to a six-year deal with the north London team, he will don the number 37.

During his new team’s preseason friendly against Shakhtar Donetsk on Sunday at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Van van Ven was spotted posing for photos with supporters.

With 36 appearances for Wolfsburg in the previous campaign, the Netherlands Under-21 international helped them place eighth in the Bundesliga. In the summer of 2021, he joined the German club from Volendam, in the Netherlands.

Alejo Veliz from Rosario Central will be arriving at Tottenham, subject to international clearance and a work permit.

The 19-year-old center forward has reached an agreement to play until 2029.

Earlier this year, Veliz competed for Argentina in the Under-20 World Cup and the Under-20 South American Championship.

Van de Ven and Veliz follow Guglielmo Vicario, James Maddison, Manor Solomon and Ashley Phillips in joining Tottenham this summer.


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Van de Ven: Profiled

His physical stature plays a part in his reputation. With his broad shoulders and height of 6 feet 3 inches (191 cm), the Bundesliga named him the fastest center back in the German top division in 2022–2023.

While it’s not always a good idea to take running speed data at face value, in this instance, it does describe the athlete; trying to outrun him would be like trying to avoid that large rock that was chasing Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

He has performed admirably for Wolfsburg so far, so if they decide to sell the formidable Josko Gvardiol this summer, it wouldn’t be out of the question for RB Leipzig to consider him.

These impressions are not the result of theory and youth competitions alone. Van de Ven produced a solid body of work during the previous season at Wolfsburg.


Van de Ven and Maddison update as Postecoglou asks Daniel Levy for transfer help

Tottenham’s squad is getting smaller by the week, so Ange Postecoglou will need all the support he can get.

With 10 wins from their first 17 games and only 4 losses, the Spurs are four points off the top of the table thanks to the wonders of their head coach. This is despite the fact that their injury or suspension list has frequently fluctuated around and occasionally into double figures.

Tottenham’s 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on Friday night not only made it two wins in a row, but it also resulted in more players being sidelined. Yves Bissouma was sent off, meaning he will miss four games before the Africa Cup of Nations, and Destiny Udogie received his fifth yellow card of the season, meaning he will miss one game.

Postecoglou is anticipating a lengthy list of injured players returning to the football team in the upcoming season.It is understood in London that Micky van de Ven, the young Dutch center-back who started running outside after suffering a hamstring injury, is ahead of James Maddison in the race to return to action. Following knee surgery, Manor Solomon is also making progress in his recuperation, and the Spurs manager is hoping that as January goes on, he will be able to get some players back.

But he will lose captain Son Heung-min to the Asian Cup, as well as Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr to the Africa Cup of Nations.

In an attempt to prevent Spurs from being unduly impacted by the squad issues, Postecoglou has joked that he has written to Santa requesting early transfer deals in January. On Saturday afternoon, he spent with his chairman, Daniel Levy, sitting next to each other behind the dugouts at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium during the Spurs women’s historic and magnificent North London Derby victory.

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