Tottenham Hotspur has completed the acquisition of Micky van de Ven, a 22-year-old Dutch center defender from VfL Wolfsburg. Last season, Tottenham finished seventh in the Premier League.

Van de Ven will sign a six-year deal with the Spurs until 2029, subject to international clearance and work visa approval. Van de Ven began his trip to Wolfsburg in 2021. During his time with the Bundesliga club, he made an impression, appearing in 41 appearances across all competitions.

His flexibility was obvious as he was used in both a back three and a back four, helping Wolfsburg finish ninth. Van de Ven represented the Netherlands Under-21 team 11 times in addition to his club responsibilities.

Tottenham Hotspur reacted positively to the news of Van de Ven's signing. The club expressed its satisfaction at the purchase in an official statement, noting the defender's potential contribution to the team. Van de Ven will wear the number 37 jersey as part of his assimilation into the team.

Tottenham has made several strategic additions, including Van de Ven. James Madison, Pedro Porro, Guglielmo Vicario, Manor Solomon, and Ashley Philips are among those who have signed long-term contracts. These additions demonstrate Tottenham's dedication to bolstering their team and increasing their competitiveness in the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur begins their new season away against Brentford on Sunday. With the arrival of Van de Ven and other key players, the team is well-positioned to start the Premier League season well. Fans and football fans alike will be waiting with bated breath to see how these new additions integrate into the club and contribute to its success in the next season.