Tottenham have capped off their transfer window with the late addition of Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente, as revealed through their official website.
Fernando Llorente, a former Spain international and Serie A winner with Juventus, joins Spurs on a two-year contract.
“I’m very happy to join Tottenham, an amazing club, and I can only say I come here to help Tottenham try to win titles,” said Llorente.
He is a youth product of Athletic Bilbao, the club where he would go on to score 111 goals in 327 appearances before a trophy-laden spell with Juventus.
His subsequent return to Spain yielded a UEFA Europa League trophy in 2016 before a move to Premier League outfit Swansea City.
Fernando Llorente was pivotal to Swansea’s Premier League survival, netting 15 times from 33 league appearances as the Welsh outfit narrowly missed out on their first relegation since 2001.
The Spaniard will likely play a back-up role to star striker Harry Kane, while Vincent Janssen looks set for another peripheral season at Spurs.