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On Sunday, June 26, here is your Tottenham morning digest.
Conte focuses on Richardson
According to The Athletic, Richarlison of Everton is considered a priority for the Spurs this summer. Raphinha, a target for Arsenal, had apparently been on Antonio Conte’s team’s radar, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore.
Richarlison may be included in a deal in which Harry Winks leaves since Frank Lampard is reportedly a fan of the midfielder, according to a separate report by Italian transfer analyst Fabrizio Romano.
After skipping Ajax training amid Tottenham and Manchester United rumours, Antony calms transfer rumors
The Djed Spence saga goes on.
Middlesbrough and Spurs are still negotiating a deal for Djed Spence to play at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next season. The right wingback, who is 21 years old, is thought to be interested in joining Spurs after helping Nottingham Forest advance to the Premier League last season while on loan.
Spence obviously wants to leave the club, but Boro manager Chris Wilder has said that if a transfer doesn’t happen this summer, Spence will have to come back for pre-season training.
The Northern Echo quotes Wilder as saying: “Djed is our player and will return for preseason if nothing else happens to him. From my perspective, discussions between Kieran Scott, Neil Bausor, and Steve Gibson and Tottenham should remain private. We’ll see what happens next if the deal cannot be completed. Have I had a say in it? Yes, without a doubt. The youngster clearly doesn’t want to return here, and I have no problem with that at all.”
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Blow by Milan Skriniar
It’s no secret that Fabio Paratici and Antonio Conte want to bolster their defense during the summer transfer window, but they seem to have been passed over in their pursuit of Inter center back Milan Skriniar, who is apparently close to signing with PSG.
After five excellent seasons at the San Siro, the Slovakian international has been in high demand. In previous years, there have been numerous rumors about him joining Spurs. Skriniar’s club are said to want as much as £60million to let the defender leave, though according to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, personal terms have already been agreed with PSG with Skriniar set to earn around £125,00 per week in the French capital.
Hugo Lloris validates Fabio Paratici’s assertion as a young Spurs player truthfully admits Harry Kane
Tottenham can overtake Man City, Chelsea, and Arsenal, but restraint in the transfer market is necessary.
What Tottenham’s three summer transfers mean for non-homegrown quota and Fabio Paratici plans
As the future of Tottenham remains unclear, Emerson Royal makes a significant Antonio Conte disclosure.
Fabio Paratici and Daniel Levy must prioritise four deals in Antonio Conte’s Tottenham vision