The Premier League side have agreed terms with the Dutch champions, and the Belgium international will join Spurs subject to a medical.Ajax has announced on its official website that it has reached an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur over the transfer of Jan Vertonghen for a transfer fee possibly rising to 12 million euros.
Both clubs had long been in talks over the Belgium international's transfer, and the deal is now set to be completed at last.
Vertonghen will ink a long-term contract with Spurs upon completion of his medical.
"I'm very happy that the saga's finally over. I don't have to worry about anything any more, and can focus on other things again," the 25-year-old commented on his transfer.
"It's great that I can start at Spurs during pre-season. That was very important for me. I'm looking forward to a great time. I've heard a lot of beautiful stories about Tottenham."
Vertonghen came through the ranks of the Ajax youth academy, and has made 220 official appearances for the Eredivisie champions, scoring 28 goals in the process.
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