Tottenham ‘will have to pay £34million if they are to sign Bayer Leverkusen defender Piero Hincapie’


Tottenham ‘will have to pay £34million if they are to sign Bayer Leverkusen defender Piero Hincapie’ as Antonio Conte looks to make further additions to his squad

  • Tottenham target Piero Hincapie has been given a valuation of £34million 
  • Antonio Conte is interested in signing the Bayer Leverkusen defender 
  • Hincapie is capable of playing as a left-sided centre-back or a left-back 

Tottenham have been informed that they will have to pay £34million if they are to sign Piero Hincapie.

Bayer Leverkusen defender Hincapie has emerged as a target for Antonio Conte during this transfer window. 

As reported by The Sun, Ecuador international Hincapie would fit perfectly into Conte’s plans as he is a left-sided centre-back.

Tottenham will have to pay £34million if they are to sign defender Piero Hincapie

Antonio Conte is eager to make further additions as he continues to improve his squad

Antonio Conte is eager to make further additions as he continues to improve his squad

Hincapie also has experience of playing at left-back, with the 20-year-old having produced some encouraging performances for Leverkusen.

Tottenham have already been heavily active in the transfer window, securing the signings of Yves Bissouma, Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster.

Ben Davies has frequently been deployed as the left-sided centre-back under Conte, but Hincapie would provide competition for that position. 

Conte was looking to bring in Alessandro Bastoni but was unable to complete a deal for the defender, who elected to remain at Inter Milan. 

Ecuador international Hincapie is capable of playing as a centre-back or a left-back

Ecuador international Hincapie is capable of playing as a centre-back or a left-back

Hincapie is poised to represent Ecuador at this year’s World Cup having already made 19 appearances for his country.

Since joining Leverkusen last year Hincapie has made 33 appearances for the German club.

Hincapie made his breakthrough into first-team football at Independiente del Valle in his homeland prior to signing for Talleres in Argentina.

Having secured Champions League qualification, Conte is eager to further mould the team in his image.

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