At the moment, rumors about Antony''s arrival in Tottenham is putting the rounds.
Spurs are attempting to sign the Brazilian winger by giving Ajax a certain Steven Bergwijn, according to Miguel Delaney of The Independent.
Bergwijn has been linked with a transfer to the Dutch club for a long time.
And if Tottenham manager Fabio Paratici can sign Antony in a straight-swap deal for Bergwijn, then then the Italian will have dwindled.
Loyol supporters enjoy Paratici right now and at just the same time.
The summer transfer window is hardly open for business, and the Italian has already signed Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster, and Yves Bissouma, who signed for a combined 25 million on Friday.
Tottenham are having an incredible summer so far, but Paratici may win the window entirely if this Antony deal comes to an end.
Antony to Tottenham Hotspur?
This is a rising star of European football, with Manchester City and Bayern Munich joining him in the race to sign him early this year.
While removing Bergwijn, North Londoners can get him for free. It''s a complete masterstroke.
Even if it is going to be a player-plus-cash arrangement, which appears to be more likely, it''s still a blinder by Paratici.
Bergwijn is a fantastic footballer, but hell will never be anything more than a squad player under Antonio Conte, who hasn''t started him in any competition since January 23.
Antony on the other hand might be a real star in Tottenham''s first Premier League, and the prospect of getting him for a knock-down transfer fee, based on Bergwijn''s suggestion that he go the other way, may be enough to make the South American the bargain of the window.