Euro United have big claims on Tuesday evening around Tanguy Ndombele.

It’s stated that Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Juventus have all reached a ‘contractual agreement’ with the player’s representatives. This will mean they’ve agreed personal terms to sign the Lyon midfielder.

That doesn’t mean a transfer is agreed, because the French club would also have to be satisfied with the financials of a deal, and Jean-Michel Aulas, their president, will try and get as much money and publicity as possible out of the move.

It’s also stated that Tottenham intend to send a ‘huge offer’ for the player, although no amount is put to that claim.

Mauricio Pochettino has made Ndombele his ‘priority’ and has personally expressed his interest in signing the player.

Now, what of Euro United? Well, they started as a spin-off from Paris United, who were really good last year on claims related to the French club.

They’ve recently gone their own way, and since then there’s been a steady set of claims, and it won’t become clear how reliable they are until the summer business is done.