Tottenham Hotspur is gearing up for their Premier League return as they look to make a late push for the Champions League.
The top tier returns to action in just over a week, and Spurs’ top priority will be making sure they secure a place in Europe for next season; with an outside chance, they can still make the top four.
Where they finish could have a big say on their summer transfer business, with plenty of rumours about the ins and outs in North London. ). Football fans from all over the world can buy online Champions League Tickets 2020 to enjoy its stunning performances.
Here are the latest transfer rumours and gossip coming from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Chelsea rival for Gerson
Chelsea has stolen a march on Tottenham Hotspur to sign Gerson.
Fox Sports claim the Brazilian is wanted at Stamford Bridge despite the arrival of Hakim Ziyech and a deal agreed for Timo Werner.
Flamengo was said to have rejected a £16m bid from an unnamed Premier League side rumoured to be Tottenham.
Flamengo wants £30m for their sought-after midfielder, who they re-signed from Roma in July for £10.5million, making him the most expensive Brazilian player ever signed by a Brazilian club.
Niang price tag
Rennes has revealed their price tag for Tottenham target M’Baye Niang.
According to Le Parisien, new Rennes president Nicolas Holveck wants around €20million (£18million) for the striker.
New president Holveck would seemingly let Niang go for that price, with Rennes already looking for a potential replacement in Amiens striker Serhou Guirassy.
Tottenham’s interest is repeated in this report, that states Spurs have shown an interest in Niang, rivalling Marseille for his signature.
Tottenham is poised to make an opening bid for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg after Southampton gave him the green light to move.
The Saints’ skipper is out of contract next summer and will be allowed to leave if Spurs, who could face competition from Everton, make the right offer.
Both clubs want a big discount on the £35m valuation Southampton quoted them in January when their interest first became known.
Southampton chief executive Martin Semmens has since opened the door to a deal.
He said: “Let’s be clear about Pierre, he’s been absolutely upfront with us and everybody publicly that he sees himself at the very highest level of football.
“He wants to win the league, he wants to win the Champions League either with us or somebody else and at some point he’s going to either have to drive us to that level or move somewhere else to do it.
“If there’s a club out there that can win the Champions League and they think Pierre can improve their team, if they can pay for him then, in the end, we have to let him go.”
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