Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday completed the signing of Everton forward Richarlison on a permanent deal, days after rumours emerged about Antonio Conte’s interest in the Brazilian.

While talks between the two sides had been going for the past few days and personal terms had been agreed between Spurs and Richarlison, the two clubs had been negotiating the finer details and structure of the deal.

Now, those negotiations have concluded, and transfers guru Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the deal with his signature ‘Here we go’ announcement.

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According to the journalist, Spurs will pay Everton £50 million guaranteed, plus add-ons for the 25-year-old.

While the first part of the paperwork for Richarlison has been signed, the move is subject to the 25-year-old successfully completing a medical, which will take place in Brazil in the coming days.

Richarlison’s signing marks Spurs’ third major acquisition this summer, with Conte already having secured the likes of Croatian hitman Ivan Perisic and Mali international Yves Bissouma, in addition to backup goalkeeper Fraser Forster.

While Perisic’s move from Inter Milan happened on a free transfer, Spurs are reported to have paid £25 million to Brighton for Bissouma.

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With at least another £50 million added to their expenses for the summer, many might have expected Spurs to close their books for the remainder of the transfer window.

However, if reports are to be believed Conte is far from done, and is looking to sign additional players in a bid to build a team that can challenge for the Premier League title against the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.

Among Conte’s reported targets are Clement Lenglet of Barcelona and Djed Spence of Middlesbrough, acquisitions that could help Tottenham significantly upgrade their defence ahead of the start of the 2022/23 Premier League season.