Tottenham announced that Brazilian striker Carlos Vinicius has loaned Benfica for one season, with entitlement to purchase at the end of the season.
Tottenham included Vinicius for 3 million euros, provided that he paid 45 million euros for the player to finally join the player.
– Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 2, 2020
Carlos Vinicius will wear the 45th shirt with Tottenham this season.
Vinicius Junior joined Benfica last season from Napoli in the summer of 2019 for 17 million euros, on a contract extending until 2024.
The 25-year-old was the top scorer in the Portuguese league last season with 18 goals, equally with Benfica midfielder Christian Betzi and Rio Ave striker Mehdi Tarmi.
The Brazilian striker scored 24 goals in the 49 matches he played last season, in total, during all competitions.
Carlos Vinicius will be the second outspoken striker in Tottenham, accompanied by Harry Kane, star of the first team.
Venice is the seventh deal for Tottenham this summer after Giovano Le Celso from Real Betis, Sergio Regolin from Real Madrid, Matt Doherty from Wolverhampton, Pierre Emile Hulberg from Southampton, Joe Hart in a free transfer deal, and Gareth Bale’s loan from Real Madrid.
On the other hand, Benfica agreed to give up Carlos Vinicius after hiring Darwin Nونيnez, the Uruguay national team striker, Luca Waldschmidt, the Germany national team striker, and Everton, the Brazilian winger, who is good at playing as an outspoken striker as well. Get a chance.
Carlos Vinicius began his career in Santos before moving to Palmeiras in 2014, and from them to the Brazilian team Caldense and then Annapolis in Brazil as well.
The real start of Carlos Vinicius’ career was in 2017 by joining the Portuguese team Real SC in the second division, and from them to Napoli in 2018.
After Napoli, Carlos Vinicius joined Rio Ave on loan in 2018 for a season, and after the end of his loan, Carlos Vinicius returned to Naples, but left for Benfica for good at the start of last season.