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CAIRO – 28 January 2018: Lucas Moura is likely to move from Paris Saint-Germain to Tottenham Hotspur according to the information coming from France.
The French magazine 'L'Equipe' says that one of Moura's representatives has been negotiating since Tuesday in London and that a deal could be reached during the weekend.
On the other hand, the radio station 'RMC' anticipates that Spurs would have already reached a pre-agreement with the Brazilian striker at the expense of closing the negotiation with PSG.
This information is also corroborated by England, as the London newspaper 'The Evening Standard' reveals that a meeting took place between the president of Tottenham, Daniel Levy, coach Mauricio Pochettino and Lucas Moura.
PSG is open to the departure of the player, as it would kill two birds with one stone.
On the one hand, it would eliminate the tension that has risen between some of the players and on the other hand, it would solve a financial problem and fulfill the financial 'fair play' demands by FIFA.
The Parisian club paid in the 2013 winter market €40 million for the Brazilian, but now would be open to sell him for €25 million.