Tottenham's Jacob Ramsey transfer reasoning, Palace's Eberechi Eze stance and Desire Doue

Tottenham Hotspur, like most Premier League clubs, are waiting for the summer transfer window burst into life.

Other than the small group of clubs trying to get themselves out of trouble with the profit and sustainability rules and trading among themselves to do so, most of the Premier League sides are yet to properly swing into action. Spurs have signed Timo Werner on another loan for a second season and have Lucas Bergvall arriving on July 1 following his £8.5million February move from Djurgarden.

However, their main transfer business still lies ahead with pre-season training starting from next Saturday at Hotspur Way as Ange Postecoglou looks towards next season. have reported that among the players Tottenham are looking at this summer are Aston Villa's Jacob Ramsey, Lille striker Jonathan David, Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher, Rennes' talented teenager Desire Doue and Leeds starlet Archie Gray, while Crystal Palace attacker and England international Eberechi Eze has also been in the news with Spurs' name in recent months.

Tottenham are also looking to continue their overhaul with players departing the club with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Giovani Lo Celso, Sergio Reguilon, Joe Rodon, Djed Spence and Bryan Gil expected to head out of the door and youngsters such as Jamie Donley, Josh Keeley, Jude Soonsup-Bell and more linked with loan moves.

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