- Tottenham have yet to agree a fee with Paris Saint-Germain for Lucas Moura
- Moura met club officials on Thursday and was given a tour of the training ground
- Sportsmail understands differences remain regarding the player’s valuation
Tottenham remain in talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a prospective £22million move for Brazilian winger Lucas Moura but the clubs have yet to agree on a fee.
The 25-year-old met Tottenham officials on Thursday and was given a tour of the club’s training ground in Enfield after being given permission by PSG to hold talks.
Reports in France claimed on Friday that a deal had been agreed and a four year contract was in place, however, Sportsmail understands there is no agreement in place and some differences remain regarding valuation. Tottenham would also have to secure a work permit.
Tottenham have yet to agree terms with Paris Saint-Germain for winger Lucas Moura
PSG want to sell Moura to help meet their Financial Fair Play restrictions.
There is interest from other clubs but the Brazil international was impressed after seeing Tottenham’s set up on Thursday and their plans for a new stadium.
He is keen to join and sign a four year contract yet talks will have to continue over the weekend in the hope of finding a resolution by Monday.
Moura’s signing may put paid to Tottenham’s planned recruitment of Bordeaux winger Malcom but Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon remains a target albeit most likely in the summer.
Moura has made just five substitute appearances for PSG in the league this season