Tottenham Hotspur have been quite silent in this summer’s transfer window so far and have not completed any major signing since it was opened for business activities some weeks ago. The only transfer updates that have involved the London club are the ones linking their star striker Harry Kane away from the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. However, it looks like they are ready to start engaging in transfer activities, with reports claiming that they are showing an interest in signing Lorenzo Pellegrini from Italian Serie A giants AS Roma in the coming days of the summer transfer window.
With Tottenham finally getting their hands on a manager after several weeks of discussions with all of their managerial options, the next target will be to ensure that the new manager takes up the responsibility of working on transfers at the club. Nuno Espirito Santos, former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, was announced on Wednesday this week as the man that will be taking over at the helm of managerial operations at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, and even though he is yet to officially resume his duties, he already has a lot of work on his table.
According to reports from the Daily Independent, Manchester United are strongly interested in bringing back Kieran Trippier to the English Premier League this summer. It is also believed that the former Tottenham Hotspur man is keen to seal the move as he sees it as a dream transfer, but he would have to wait until United and Spanish La Liga side Atletico Madrid can agree on a transfer fee before a move can be completed.
Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish is reportedly on the list of transfer targets at Premier League champions Manchester City ahead of this summer’s window. This is according to the publication from the Daily Telegraph.
According to several reports from multiple sources, English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur could be playing next season without star striker Harry Kane at the club. The England international striker is expected to be one of the hottest properties available on the transfer market in the summer transfer window and it is looking like even Spurs won’t be able to stop him from leaving.
Two Tottenham Hotspur defenders won’t be available for their league game with Manchester United on Sunday evening. The North Londoners have had their own fair share of injuries but manager Jose Mourinho is gradually closing in on being able to call on all his players at the same time.
According to multiple reports, Italian Serie A giants AC Milan and English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur are both eyeing a possible transfer for Fiorentina striker DusanVlahovic. Vlahovic has been able to work his way into the Fiorentina starting team and has cemented himself as the club’s first-choice striker since earlier in the season with a couple of great performances for the side.
Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino was able to see off five-time European champions Barcelona in the round of 16 stage of the Champions League. The ex-Tottenham Hotspur boss is now the manager at French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) after his appointment a few months ago. The former Tottenham Hotspur manager replaced German tactician Thomas Tuchel who was dismissed from his job as the PSG some months after leading the French champions to the Champions League final. Tuchel has since been named the Chelsea manager in the Premier League. The German lost his job at PSG after an unimpressive start to the season. Thomas Tuchel has made a brilliant start to life as the Blues boss and has taken the club to fourth place on the table. He met them languishing in midtable when his appointment was confirmed as the replacement to the sacked Frank Lampard.
Following the unimpressive displays that Tottenham Hotspur’s defenders have shown this season, the club’s manager José Mourinho has already gotten to work and has started drawing up a list of defensive targets he will be looking to sign in the summer. The first name on the list of summer defensive options is Lille’s young defender Sven Botman who has been sighted as the man to bring more defensive toughness to the Spurs team.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has urged the Premier league to show more leadership abilities by avoiding the need to postpone fixture is because of coronavirus threat. The Spurs manager has witnessed a number of matches involving his team being postponed. Even though normal football has resumed after the pandemic brought a halt to proceedings back in March, things are in a very bad state with regards to the subsequent waves of the virus. As a result, many walks of life have been disrupted and football has been no different. The game has witnessed a number of disruptions if there are positive tests beyond a certain limit at a club.