Tuesday saw Tottenham end their 517-day transfer drought with the arrival of Jack Clarke from Leeds United and Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon. (Tottenham)
However, reports suggest that chairman Daniel Levy has already moved onto securing deals for his next two transfer targets in Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso. (Daily Mail)
The two incomings are set to kick off a summer spending spree for the Lilywhites with Lo Celso their next big target but it is believed Real Betis value the midfielder at £70m. (The Sun)
Argentina were eliminated from the Copa America after suffering defeat to Brazil so a deal for Lo Celso could pick up pace in the coming weeks. (Guardian)
Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon is also high on Tottenham’s target list with the youngster reportedly having his heart set on a move to the north London club. (Guardian)
The 19-year-old was linked heavily with a switch to Spurs last year but chose to stay at the Cottagers but following their relegation, it seems the winger wants to remain in the Premier League. (Telegraph)
Spurs Web Opinion:
This is extremely encouraging news for Spurs fans, although any Lo Celso deals would likely come with the departure of Christian Eriksen. However, one thing which Spurs normally struggle with is getting their deals over the line early and before the season begins but this time around it seems things are different.
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