Goal summarises the biggest transfer talk involving Tottenham as Mauricio Pochettino looks to go one better in the 2017-18 Premier League
MAN UTD LEAD ROSE HUNT
Manchester United are leading the chase for Tottenham full-back Danny Rose, according to the Daily Mirror.
The England international has also been linked with Manchester City, but they are now closing in on a deal for Monaco’s Benjamin Mendy.
EVERTON WANT £50M FOR BARKLEY
Everton have placed a £50 million asking price on Ross Barkley after begrudgingly accepting that they will not be able to keep the England international, according to the Daily Mirror.
The club have repeatedly attempted to extend Barkley’s contract but an impasse has been reached, and the Toffees have subsequently placed a valuation on the player.
Both Tottenham and Manchester United are interested in signing the 23-year-old but the fee may prove a stumbling block, with Barkley considering seeing out the final year of his deal before moving on a Bosman next summer.
SPURS & MAN UTD EYE COSTA
Tottenham and Manchester United are both interested in signing Douglas Costa from Bayern Munich, according to La Stampa via Calciomercato.
Juventus have opened the bidding for the winger, offering €25 million, but both Spurs and United are also monitoring developments and could yet rival the Old Lady for Costa’s signature.
BARKLEY SET TO LEAVE EVERTON
Ross Barkley is set to leave Everton after failing to meet the deadline Ronald Koeman imposed for making a decision on his future, according to the Daily Mirror.
Tottenham and Manchester United are both interested in the midfielder, who is yet to sign a club-record deal worth £100,000 a week that the Toffees have put on the table.
WALKER TO TRAVEL TO HONG KONG
Kyle Walker will be part of the Tottenham squad for their trip to Hong Kong despite speculation surrounding his future, according to the Independent.
Spurs are playing a post-season promotional friendly against Kitchee and have taken all of their key players despite the right-back being linked with Manchester City.
MARSEILLE YET TO BID FOR SISSOKO
Marseille are yet to bid for Moussa Sissoko but have shown increasing interest in the out-of-favour Tottenham midfielder, according to the Daily Mail.
The Ligue 1 side have pursued a number of France internationals over the past few months and may offer Sissoko a way out of Spurs ahead of next summer’s World Cup.
RACE ON FOR KELECHI
A number of clubs including Tottenham, Borussia Dortmund and Leicester City want to sign Kelechi Iheanacho, according to the Sun on Sunday.
West Ham, Hoffenheim, Southampton and West Brom have also been linked with the Nigerian, who has found first-team opportunities difficult to come by under Pep Guardiola.
NKOUDOU TO BE OFFLOADED
Tottenham are will look to raise funds to spend this summer by offloading Georges-Kevin Nkoudou just a year after signing him, according to the Daily Mirror.
With Nabil Bentaleb already having agreed a move to Schalke and Federico Fazio set to join Roma permanently, Spurs could recoup in the region of £30 million for the trio.
SPURS PREPARED TO SELL WALKER
Tottenham are prepared to sell Kyle Walker but will demand £40 million from Chelsea and Manchester City, according to the Daily Mirror.
Bayern Munich are also interested in the England international but he is the only first-team star Spurs will allow to leave this summer.
SPURS TO WIN SESSEGNON RACE
Tottenham are ready to offer £12 million to land Fulham prodigy Ryan Sessegnon, according to The Sun.
Spurs are eager to beat alleged transfer rivals Liverpool and Manchester City to the signing of the left-back, who has been likened to Gareth Bale.
SPURS LOOK TO RESIGN GYLFI
Tottenham are preparing a £25 million bid for Swansea star Gylfi Sigurdsson, according to the Daily Mail, turning their attention away from £50 million-rated Ross Barkley.
Mauricio Pochettino was keen on securing a deal for the Everton midfielder but has supposedly been put off by the lofty price tag which Ronald Koeman’s side have set.
Sigurdsson, who left White Hart Lane to join Swansea in 2014, is considered the finished article by Pochettino and the club will push through a move at the end of the season.