Three days ago, we covered claims from Belgium that Club Brugge have offered offered a five-year deal to Tottenham Hotspur’s Victor Wanyama.

Tuesday’s edition of Het Nieuwsblad explains the Jupiler Pro League side are another step closer to completing the Kenya international’s transfer.

It’s claimed Brugge and Spurs have already found an agreement for a fee of around €10m plus an additional €5m in bonuses.

In addition to this, there has been a significant step taken in the right direction when it comes to conversations with the 28-year-old. The player now has to give a final ‘go’ for the deal to take shape.

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Wanyama played alongside Brugge manager Philippe Clement at Germinal Beerschot, and over the weekend the Tottenham midfielder had a good conversation with his former teammate. 

Clement has been trying to convince Wanyama that a move to Brugge will be the right step.

Club Brugge are in contention to qualify for the Champions League group stages and progress in the European competition will be an additional boost in their efforts to sign Wanyama.