The news emerges just five days after Spurs missed out on the loan signing of another Spanish teenage winger Gerard Deulofeu who joined Everton.
Switching focus to Vadillo shows there is clear intention on the part of Andre Villas-Boas to strengthen his options on the flanks to a Tottenham squad, with an obvious lack of width last season.
Villas-Boas spent a significant period of his free time before becoming Tottenham manager assessing the transfer market in Spain. With a flurry of players being imported from La Liga over the summer period, for relatively small sums of money, many Premier League managers know there is real value and bargains to be had by taking a closer look at players like Vadillo and AVB is clearly no different.
Vadillo, who has been labelled the new Cristiano Ronaldo at times in the past, played in 23 games last season for the Seville club and is likely to be on a plane to Lithuania with Spain’s under 19 squad as they look to defend their trophies won in both 2011 and 2012. Manchester United are also known to be admirers of the winger who contributed four assists to his team’s impressive 7th place finish in the last campaign.
Would Tottenham fans welcome the addition of Vadillo to White Hart Lane?
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