Cesar Sanchez has described his arrival at Spurs as a ‘special' moment in his career and is looking forward to adding his wealth of experience to our goalkeeping ranks.
The 36-year-old Spanish international joined the Club this week after a move from Real Zaragoza, where he had made over 100 appearances in three years.
Prior to this, Cesar had enjoyed spells with Real Valladolid and Real Madrid, but admits that it was always an ambition of his to play his football in England.
In his first interview as a Spurs player, Cesar said: "This is a very historic club and it's a dream for me to be here working under a coach like Juande Ramos. It's a great opportunity for me to be at a club like this.
"It has always been a dream of mine and my family for me to play in England. I come here to learn about the culture and how football is played here. It's a dream for many players in Spain and I'm lucky to be here.
"English football is very special, not like in any other country. I had the opportunity to play with English players like Jonathan Woodgate, Michael Owen and David Beckham during my time at Real Madrid, and now I hope to adapt my life and my game to this country.
"I want to bring all my experience with me to this club and put it at the service of the team. I am looking forward to working with a very good goalkeeping group."
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