Early July was a busy time for Tottenham Hotspur in terms of incoming players, as Jack Clarke ended the club’s 18-month signing drought with a £10m move from Leeds (BBC).
After announcing that Clarke would rejoin Leeds on loan for the season, Spurs than revealed Tanguy Ndombele as the club’s record signing, with an initial fee of £53.8m which could rise to £62.8m (BBC).
However, that might not be it in terms of records for Spurs this window, as the Mirror claim that Tottenham may break their record transfer fee again this summer.
The report claims that Spurs are ‘set to’ smash their record fee by signing Giovani Lo Celso for £70m from Real Betis.
The Mirror also state that Lo Celso is keen to make the move to Tottenham this summer.
Tottenham had a £53m bid for the attacking midfielder turned down last month (BBC), but are said to be ready to revisit with an improved offer.
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