TOTTENHAM are continuing their search for a replacement for Harry Kane, but reportedly have just £10m to spend.
The club have been priced out of a move for Willian Jose and are said to be lining up Haris Seferovic and Olivier Giroud as cheaper options.
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ON THE BERG
Tottenham are close to completing their deal for PSV Eindhoven winger Steven Bergwijn – but Darren Bent does not approve.
He told Football Insider: “I don't understand their recruitment sometimes.
“Yeah, I get that he's a very good player but is a winger another one that they need?
“Is he someone that's going to change lives? They've got a lot of talented wingers here.”
OL BE COMING?
Tottenham are in talks with Olivier Giroud over a shock late transfer bid, according to reports.
The North London club are keen to bring in a striker before Friday's deadline with Harry Kane recovering from hamstring surgery.
And Italian Sky Sport reporter Gianluca Di Marzio believes Spurs are lining up a move for the former Arsenal forward.
They are thought to have offered the Frenchman – whose deal at Chelsea expires in the summer – an 18-month contract at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham are desperate to land a new striker by Friday — but chairman Daniel Levy has set a £10million limit.
Spurs manager Jose Mourinho, who has agreed a £27m deal for PSV Eindhoven winger Steven Bergwijn, is hoping to see a stand-in for crocked Harry Kane arrive this window.
But chairman Levy, who yesterday turned Giovani Lo Celso’s loan from Real Betis into a permanent £27m deal, is infuriating other clubs by not getting anywhere near their asking fees.
Levy only wanted to pay Milan £10m for Krzysztof Piatek even though they rate him at three times that figure.
And he was only willing to shell out the same amount for Real Sociedad’s Willian Jose, even though he is available for £21m.
Spurs are also looking at Benfica’s £15m- rated Haris Seferovic.
Tottenham are expected to complete a move for Steven Bergwijn on Wednesday, according to Sky Sports.
The Dutch winger has been in London undergoing a medical ahead of a reported £25.6m deal plus add-ons.
Spurs will look to seal the move and make him their second signing of the month, having already acquired Gedson Fernandes.
It would come just a day after they let Christian Eriksen leave for Inter Milan, while also completing the permanent move of Giovani Lo Celso.
ATLETICO NO GO
Atletico Madrid will not let Thomas Lemar leave this month, despite interest from the Premier League.
Spurs are among a host of clubs that have been linked with a move for the Frenchman – who has struggled since moving to Spain in 2018.
But the La Liga giants want him to stay, after the club's chief executive Gil Martin told Goal: “Lemar is not for sale. There is no way he can change.”
The 24-year-old has managed just ten starts in all competitions this season, leading to rumours of a move, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Man Utd also linked.