Football FanCast brings you the latest Tottenham Hotspur transfer news and rumours as Daniel Levy eyes summer additions to bolster his north London side…
Hugo Lloris offered monster Saudi deal
The Times: Tottenham’s shot-stopper, Hugo Lloris, has endured a difficult campaign through injuries and errors which has seen Fraser Forster play a big role in recent months.
And it seems as if the former France captain could potentially be offered a lucrative deal which could see him move on in the summer with just one year remaining on his current deal.
Indeed, the report suggests that the 36-year-old may have an offer from Saudi Arabia which could see his weekly wage almost triple to £300k.
Spurs could reignite Kessie interest
Sport: The north London club have been linked with a potential move for the Ivorian midfielder in the past during his time with AC Milan.
However, following his move to Barcelona in the summer, it seems as if Spurs could potentially reignite that interest as they continue to monitor the 26-year-old.
Franck Kessie has struggled to nail down regular action in the starting XI under Xavi which could potentially see him made available for sale in the summer.
Torres eyed for defensive boost
Canda SER: Another player who has been linked with the north London outfit for a period of time now. Pau Torres is believed to be on the radar ahead of the summer window.
Indeed, the report from Spain has credited both Spurs and Aston Villa with interest as Unai Emery could potentially launch a reunion bid for his former centre-back.
Spurs are still competing against Villa for a spot in Europe with the pair meeting this weekend. With this in mind, the Spaniard may have a keen eye on Saturday’s meeting at Villa Park.
Levy keen to strengthen shaky defence with Ibanez targeted
Giallorossi.net: Roger Ibanez’s contract with Roma is set to expire in 2025, however, his time in the capital could potentially come to a premature end this summer.
The report from Italy claims the Lilywhites have added the Brazilian to their list of possible targets as they aim to strengthen their rank.
Defensively, Spurs have been one of the weakest sides in the league, and it seems the 24-year-old is just one of many centre-backs they have identified as a possible option.