Victor Wanyama has not featured for Tottenham Hotspur this season and has been attracting interest from Club Brugge.
There have been several claims suggesting the two clubs have agreed a deal and only the midfielder needs to agree personal terms with the Belgian side.
However, Philippe Clement, the Jupiler Pro League club’s manager admitted the deal is in the hands of Spurs and the Kenya international.
According to Het Nieuwsblad, the 28-year-old was expected to fly to Belgium yesterday, as Brugge’s idea was to present him prior to the European play-off fixture against LASK after they agreed with all parties involved.
It’s claimed all that’s holding the deal up is financial details between Spurs and the player, and the club’s chairman, Daniel Levy, is working hard to sanction the deal as he is aware the player wants to leave the club.
Brugge have given Wanyama time until Friday to sort out the transfer.
That’s because they will have time until Monday to approach other targets if the deal for the Tottenham midfielder doesn’t materialise.