Tottenham have agreed a deal to sign Clement Lenglet on loan from Barcelona and Richarlison could still follow in the next 24 hours as Fabio Paratici and Daniel Levy look to achieve a transfer window like no other in north London. Spurs are set to continue their electric start in the summer market by landing two more marquee additions as part of Antonio Conte’s thrilling Spurs revolution.
Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma have already passed through the door but Tottenham are not stopping there in a clear declaration of intent to their rivals…
According to transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio, Barcelona’s French international centre-back Lenglet is set to join Spurs on loan with the transfer now seen as a ‘done deal’.
Tottenham have been looking extensively for a new left centre-back and now they have apparently opted for the 27-year-old, who was ruled out by Xavi in Catalunya.
The Spaniard told Lenglet he was free to find a new club at the end of last season and after moving to Spurs they have now decided to pounce after main target Alessandro Bastoni opted to stay with Inter Milan.
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The Toffees are said to need to sell before the Financial Fair Play deadline later this week and the striker all but confirmed his exit on Twitter, telling a distraught Everton fan to be ‘happy’ after his mum shared the devastation of her child at her impending discharge.
Personal terms have already been agreed between Spurs and his new agents, who have been brought in to earn him a move this summer.
Richarlison has hinted while on international duty that he told Frank Lampard he was looking for a new challenge ahead of the 2022/23 season.
Tottenham are now set to complete a deal worth around £60million for the 25-year-old as they look to shake up the Premier League next season.
A long-term deal has already been agreed with Richarlison, who is keen to move to north London.
Spurs have also declared their interest in signing Anthony Gordon during talks with the Toffees, although he is not currently part of the negotiations.
Gordon is said to be set to join Tottenham, but he is also very happy at Goodison Park after an impressive breakthrough campaign on Merseyside.
Meanwhile, Everton remain in talks to sign Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks, who is expected to become one of the first victims of Tottenham’s busy summer.