News coming from Turkey reveal that Spurs striker Fernando Llorente has agreed personal terms with Galatasaray.
Reports in the Turkish press Star reveal that Tottenham and Galatsaray have agreed on a deal for the player and the player will make the switch in January.
The former Spanish forward it out of contract at the summer of 2019 and Galatasaray have agreed to pay €1m to release the player from his contract and see him join the Turkish league.
Llorente was signed from Swansea city back in 2017 to remove some burden from striker Harry kane but the player has only managed to score 6 goals for Spurs since his move at the White Hart Lane.
Spurs had signed him for a fee of £12.1million but the player made no impact with his performance and has not started a single game this season.
The forward grew out of favor with Manager Pochettino as the Manager preferred to use Heung Min Son as a striker when Harry Kane was not available but did not trust the quality of the 33-year-old.
Athletic Bilbao and Olympiacos were also linked with a move for the player but it looks Galatasaray have managed to swoop the player away to Turkey.