Many believe Spurs have had the best transfer window of any Premier League club, but Antonio Conte is still scouring the market while the club plans to get rid of those who are no longer needed. Loading Video Unavailable video Kane praises Antonio Conte for his impact at Tottenham. Tottenham’s big purchases are complete – for the time being. Despite signing a half-dozen top players this summer, Antonio Conte’s North Londoners appear to be looking for more. However, after the captures of Richarlison, Yves Bissouma, Ivan Perisic, Djed Spence, Clement Lenglet, and Fraser Forster, additional arrivals are not a top priority. The big sell-off is upon us, and we can expect it to begin sooner rather than later, with Italian coach Conte eager to trim the set-up to exactly the size that he desires. The Mirror has compiled a list of the most recent Tottenham transfer rumors: Barcelona has turned down a loan offer from Reguilon. Sergio Reguilon’s future is undoubtedly outside of North London, but he will not be in Barcelona next season. Spurs had offered the out-of-favour winger as a loan signing, but the Catalans have already turned down the opportunity, according to the Express. The fact that the 25-year-old Spanish international was signed from Real Madrid appears to have put an end to any possibility of a temporary or permanent move to their bitter rivals.
Sergio Reguilon may leave Tottenham this summer (
Exit strategy revealed With plenty of outgoing activity on the horizon, one of Europe’s leading transfer insiders has revealed what the Spurs hierarchy is thinking. According to London World, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has outlined the strategy that will result in a flood of unwanted talent leaving. To name a few, Giovanni Lo Celso, Tanguay Ndombele, Reguilon, Japhet Tanganga, and Harry Winks are among the big names discussed on the latest Wondergoal Podcast, hosted by in-the-know Azzurri scribe Romano.
Pau Torres is still being linked with a move to the Premier League (
Torres’ arrival is made possible by Juventus’ signing. According to the Express, the Italian giants have completed a move for Torino defender Gleison Bremer, which means they have dropped out of the race for Villarreal’s Pau Torres. All of this bodes well for Spurs manager Antonio Conte, who has long been interested in the 25-year-old Spanish star, who is valued at £50 million. According to the Football Transfer Tavern, Torres has been approached by a number of English clubs in recent days, including Manchester City and Chelsea. According to Football.London, Spurs are in the driving seat. Continue Reading