Tottenham Hotspur appear set for a busy summer transfer window, with Italian coach Antonio Conte telling club president Daniel Levy that the club need to sign up to six new players.
This is according to a recent report from telegraphwho claims Conte is keen to cement several positions in the first team.
Since arriving in London at the end of last year following his sudden departure from Serie A champions Inter Milan, the Italian’s earnest approach to managing a comeback in the Premier League has worked wonders for Tottenham, who appeared to be struggling under former coach Nuno Espirito. Santo.
After taking charge and immediately pulling the squad up to the top of the Premier League table, the Lilywhites now find themselves in contention to qualify for next season’s Champions League football – something that seemed almost impossible earlier in the season.
However, in order to transform the squad from a top-four team to one capable of challenging some of the sport’s biggest trophies, Conte must add more quality to his ranks and he has suggested he wants a new center back, right-back, striker, reserve goalkeeper and a couple of players. New medium.
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The Italian’s shortlist could be reduced to five new players following a recent report from Evening Standard The club claimed that the club decided to sign Dejan Kulusevski on a permanent deal from Juventus in a deal worth £33.2 million.
When it comes to potential deals, two players who could make way for new deals are Lucas Moura and Steven Bergwijn, both of whom face uncertain futures.
Speaking recently about the possibility of fans seeing the attacking duo leave this summer, journalist Alasdair Gould admitted that is on paper.
“There were a few times he did a classic Lucas, where he probably got past one guy and gave the ball straight to the opponent. I think Bergwijn sees that and maybe thinks, ‘What?’ What do I have to do to get to this stadium early? ‘, gold said on ‘Guest & Gold Talk Tottenham Podcast.
“Lucas doesn’t prove why he deserves to come. There’s a part of me that’s starting to wonder if they’re both going to end up in the summer. I’m starting to wonder that.”
“If I were Steven Bergwijn, I wouldn’t commit to next season. I don’t. Because I got, in Ajax – especially if they match the offer Spurs want – Ajax are desperate to bring Steven Bergwijn to Holland. He will start every game for them. I can totally understand if he feels,” Yes, I want to come back and be really liked at the club.”