Tottenham Hotspur became the first team since the inception of the transfer window to not add a single player to their squad last summer. However, if reports are to be believed, Spurs are likely to be much busier towards the end of the current transfer window.
Spurs are said to be interested in adding a central midfielder as well as a forward to the squad and have been linked with several players from across Europe. However, due to the large size of Tottenham’s squad, the club would need to sell a few players before they can add to the squad.
Midfielder Mousa Dembele completed a move to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F last week and it looks like at least two other first-team players might follow the Belgian out of the door this January.
Sky Sports report that Tottenham are willing to listen to offers for both Vincent Janssen and Georges-Kevin NKoudou. Pochettino has already confirmed that Janssen is not part of his plans while Nkoudou has also hardly featured this term and is said to be attracting interest from Turkey and France.
Nkoudou came on as a late substitute against Fulham and produced the cross that led to the winner in what was only his second appearance of the season in all competitions.
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