Tottenham transfer news and rumours: £25m Bissouma breakthrough, Udogie talks, Eriksen latest

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Tottenham transfer news and rumours: £25m Bissouma breakthrough, Udogie talks, Eriksen latest
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Tottenham have arguably been the most active club in the early days of the summer transfer window.

After already landing Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster, Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma is tipped to follow as Spurs’ third signing.

On the flanks, Djed Spence is a long-term target set to hold further talks with Tottenham while Udinese’s Destiny Udogie has emerged as an option.

There is also an update in Antonio Conte’s bid to re-sign Christian Eriksen.

Here is your latest update of Tottenham transfer news and rumours...

Yves Bissouma

Tottenham have agreed a £25million fee to sign Brighton’s Bissouma, according to The Times.

The midfielder is out of contract next summer and will reportedly agree a five-year deal to move to north London - after Spurs beat rival interest from Arsenal.

A medical is pencilled in for Thursday.

Destiny Udogie

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Tottenham technical director Fabio Paratici has met with the agent of Udinese wide-man Udogie to discuss a potential switch to the Premier League.

Juventus are also monitoring the Italian teenager, according to Sky Sports Italia, amid claims that both have had a bid rejected.

Udogie is a proficient left wing-back and is valued by Udinese at around £17m, a fee which Paratici has asked the club to knock down.

Christian Eriksen

Newcastle have joined the race for Eriksen after he turned down the opportunity to stay at Brentford.

Northern Echo detail an acknowledgement by the Magpies that they will have to pay more for the Dane than Tottenham or Manchester United, who are thought to lead the running for his signature.

Spurs’ big offer to Eriksen over their rivals is the prospect of Champions League football.

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