Milan are set to loan out Keylawna striker Christian Pulisic to the London club on loan until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old was born in Sweden and played at Torino for three seasons before moving to Spurs.
“I’m happy to have this opportunity to come to the Premier League,” said Pulisics manager Marco Melandri.
“It’s the most exciting time for me to be here and I’m excited to get started.”
Pulisics arrival is the latest in a string of moves by the south London club, who are chasing the Premier the European Cup and the Champions League.
This is not the first time the club have brought in a young player.
In 2013, the club signed the highly-rated Brazilian winger Paulo Nogueira, a loan deal that ended up with the Brazilian signing for a fee of €5m.
In 2014, the Club signed Portuguese striker Alvaro Negredo from Atletico Madrid for a transfer fee of around €14m.
Last summer, they brought in Brazilian winger Nani from Benfica for a similar fee.
Pellegrini has always been keen to sign a young talent, as evidenced by his recent signings of goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, winger Andrea Pirlo, striker Gianluki Silva and defender Giorgio Chiellini.
Last season, he made a splash signing the promising forward Christian Pulizic from the Premier league champions.
But Pulisici has proven his worth in his first season with Milan.
He scored 11 goals in the league and was a constant threat in front of goal.
And the 23-year old is also well-suited to the defensive side of the game, with his speed and strength.
His pace will be a major asset for the Rossoneri, who currently sit bottom of Serie A and in the relegation zone.
Milan, who play in the second tier of the Italian top division, are hoping to make the leap up to Serie B next season.