When Tottenham must have their transfer business wrapped up by

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur fans will still be hoping for a busy transfer window from their side, after Pochettino led the club to a Champions League final last season.

The Spurs faithful have been made to wait almost a year and a half for a new signing at the club, with Lucas Moura being the last new face back in January 2018.

Despite not signing any players just yet this summer, Spurs have been linked to a whole host of top class talents.

Here are four deals we hope Spurs get over the line before deadline day:

Tanguy Ndombele – Spurs are said to be in talks with Lyon over the signing of their midfield powerhouse, a perfect replacement for Mousa Dembele (Sky Sports).

Giovani Lo Celso – Spurs apparently made a bid for the playmaker earlier this month, but the £53m fell well below his £88m buyout clause (BBC).

Ryan Sessegnon – Sessegnon is said to want a move to Tottenham this summer, and the Lilywhites are apparently equally keen to bring him in (Guardian).

Max Aarons – Tottenham reportedly want Aarons to come in if they sell Trippier this window (Football London).

But, when exactly do these transfers have to be wrapped up by? The rules are the same as last season, in which the incoming transfer window for Premier League clubs shits before the season starts.

This year, the window shuts on August 8th at 17:00, meaning Spurs have around 48 days left of business to conduct (Premier League).

Who do you want to see them bring in?


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