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Tottenham fulfill Bisoma’s dream – Al Ittihad newspaper

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Malian player Yves Bisoma said he could hardly believe he would enter the Champions League after completing his transfer from Brighton to Tottenham Hotspur.
Bisoma, 25, signed a four-year contract with Tottenham Hotspur on Friday and became the third signing of Tottenham Hotspur coach Antonio Conte this summer. The Italian coach is looking to bolster the team, hoping to achieve a better position than the team’s fourth-place finish in the English Premier League Excellent last season.
Tottenham had imposed their superiority over Arsenal in the English Premier League to decide their Champions League qualification last May, and had strengthened their ranks by taking on Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster before signing Bisuma.
Bisoma appeared in 26 games with Brighton, who finished ninth in the league last season.
International finance manager Bisoma said that taking part in the most prominent European club championship is the fulfillment of his childhood dream.
Bisoma said: “I am very happy to be here, happy to be a Tottenham player and I hope we have a good season. I will do my best to win every game and stay at the top.
“But as everyone knows, the Premier League is not an easy competition. We are going to work hard to keep the ambition high.
“We have a good group and a great coach that everyone knows. I know I can make this step with him. I know it will help me more to be at the level I want to be and also help the team I am very happy to play under him.
Bisoma added: My dream was to participate in the Champions League. I remember when I was young, I watched the Champions League every day. I can hardly believe that I will be in the Champions League with Tottenham.

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