It seems only natural that Mauricio Pochettino would look to invest in a new right-back this summer after sub-par performances from both Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier last season.
It appears that Spurs want to invest money in a young, English, up and coming right-back to occupy the slot for years to come.
However, Manchester United have now had two bids rejected for Wan-Bissaka this transfer window (Metro), without any reports of efforts from Spurs to compete for his signature.
The Independent now report that Crystal Palace want £70m for their breakthrough star of last season, with £50m minimum coming up front and a potential £20m in add-ons.
Manchester United are said to be meeting with Palace on today to discussing a possible signing.
It seems unlikely that Spurs will come in with a last minute offer for the 21-year-old, and Daniel Levy is not one to spend that kind of money on any player, let alone a relatively unproven young right-back.
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