Victor Wanyama has signed for Spurs .

Tottenham brilliantly announced Victor Wanyama

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Tottenham announced the signing of Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama in truly brilliant fashion. 

The north London club duly picked up on Wanyama's most famous yet incredible tweet; back in 2012, the now ex-Southampton man tweeted: 'I had spaghetti and it was very nice I enjoyed it.'

Incredible, right? You can certainly see why that tweet racked up as many as 36 thousand retweets. 


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Four years on and Tottenham have duly responded. Forget the grammar, the Tottenham social media team deserve respect for this one...

After signing the tough-tackling midfielder, Spurs tweeted: 'We signed @VictorWanyama and he was very nice we enjoyed it.'

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Outstanding work, Tottenham. 

Now, then, this is where it gets interesting. That's because the Mirror opted to compare Spurs' announcement of Wanyama to Arsenal's announcement of Granit Xhaka. 

As Arsenal fans grew impatient, the club clearly had a bit of fun with their announcement of the Switzerland international.

Before revealing the signing, they retweeted the following tweets: 

And then they finally announced the transfer to their adoring faithful: 

Arsenal's was good, but Tottenham's Wanyama tweet really will take some beating...

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