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Official: Tottenham signs yet another Wales international

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After a busy transfer season, Tottenham Hotspurs announced the signing of Wales international with the help of fellow countrymen.

Tottenham Hotspurs announced the arrival of Joe Rodon from the Championship side club Swansea City.

Subsequently, the Wales international defender will stay with the Premier League club until 2025. The defender cost the club around £11 million rising to £15 million with bonuses as per some reports.

Furthermore, Rodon will wear shirt number 14 as he awaits his debut for the north London club.

Evidently, the 22-year-old spent his youth career in the Liberty Stadium to become an important member of Swansea.

Consequently, Rodon made his first appearance for the club in the 2018-19 Championship season vs Preston on August 17. Moreover, the Welshman played 28 times during that season for Swansea.

The following season, Rodon clocked for 21 league games along with international duty for Wales.

Nonetheless, the Wales defender made 23 appearances for Swansea in the 2020-21 season. In addition, he started all the three games for his nation and now increases his tally to seven matches.

Busy transfer season for Mourinho and Co.

In the meantime, Tottenham proved to be the busiest club in the English League when it comes to transfers.

Certainly, Jose Mourinho’s side witnessed arrival of stars from different clubs this transfer window. These include Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Matt Doherty, Sergio Reguilon, Gareth bale, and Carlos Vinicius.

With the international transfer market coming to an end, Tottenham and Mourinho decided to switch to the domestic clubs.

No doubt, Rodon will prove to be the most successful signing for the club from the Championship.

Nevertheless, Tottenham posted the announcement of the Wales international’s arrival across all the social media handles.

Also, fellow countrymen Gareth Bale and Ben Davies expressed their happiness to announce Rodon’s arrival.

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