Tottenham have reached an agreement with AFC Bournemouth to sign winger Ryan Fraser.

The 26-year-old has been a long-term target for the club, and according to TodoFichajes, the Scot will join Spurs on a free transfer once his contract with Bournemouth runs out.

Fraser caught the eye of some of Europe’s top clubs after scoring seven goals and adding 14 assists in the Premier League last season to help the Cherries ensure a fifth consecutive campaign in the topflight.

However, he hasn’t been able to replicate that form this term, contributing to just five goals – although the former Aberdeen attacker has remained on Tottenham’s radar and a recent report in the Daily Star revealed that he was Jose Mourinho’s top summer transfer target.

The report from TodoFichajes says that Arsenal, West Ham, Crystal Palace and Premier League leaders Liverpool were also interested in signing the Scottish international, but it appears that Tottenham have won the race for the wide man, who would become Mourinho’s third signing after January additions Gedson Fernandes and Steven Bergwijn if a deal is completed.

If Spurs do end up signing Fraser, would you regard it as a good signing – especially given the financial problems that clubs are expected to face due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.



  1. If we add fraser and willian then surely we are moving on lamela and moura. I am not sure this would be a upgrade to be honest.

  2. If he wants to play for you he will be a great signing but frankly he was great for us then got big ideas and when he didn’t
    Get the clubs coming in for him didn’t. Try to play . Let our club and supporters down I am afraid but a very good player on his day and will be very good with Kane .

  3. I agree with Loyal Cherry,Fraser did not try or put in any effort for the majority of this season, badly letting side down,if we go down I lay all our problems at his door. You cannot carry passengers in the Premier League !


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