David Luiz is a beneficiary of the Premier League's first billion-pound spend, and is back just two years after he became the world's most expensive defender with a 50 million pound move to Paris Saint-Germain
The France international has impressed for the Magpies this season and that has alerted Arsene Wenger to his talents, with the Gunners boss mulling over a 16 million pounds move for the former Toulouse FC man, reports mirror.co.uk.
Sissoko's strike gave Newcastle a fourth consecutive league victory and left Alan Pardew's side a point behind second-place Liverpool and third-place Chelsea, both of whom play on Sunday, and fourth-place Everton.
With an eye on PSG's midweek Champions League tie against Benfica, Laurent Blanc chose to rotate his squad as he made seven changes to the team that beat Valenciennes 1-0 on Wednesday.
He becomes Tottenham's fifth signing of the transfer window. Andre Villas-Boas' side begins its Premier League season on Sunday, away to city rival Crystal Palace.
Chelsea were victims of Newcastle's French revolution as Moussa Sissoko inspired a dramatic 3-2 victory over the spluttering Blues at St James' Park on Saturday.
The day after David Beckham joined the club on a five-month deal, PSG moved provisionally three points clear of Lyon at the top of the French League table with a 4-0 win over Toulouse.
In order to complete the move, the 23-year-old, who has been capped six times, has reportedly agreed to waive any signing-on fee, which would have amounted to a considerable sum had he waited until the summer to depart.
Paris Saint Germain warmed up for the opening of their Champions League campaign with a 2-0 win over Toulouse on Friday, the big-spending team's first home victory of the season.