Tottenham has two realistic transfer targets that they can sign before the deadline of 11 p.m. on Tuesday.
Tottenham could have a hectic transfer window coming to an end.
Tottenham have had a difficult transfer window after deciding to keep Harry Kane at the club for the majority of the season. Nuno Espirito Santo, on the other hand, may be able to close two large acquisitions before the market closes.
Nuno is looking to bolster his squad with two key signings before the transfer season closes.
Cristian Romero and Bryan Gil have joined, as have Pierluigi Gollini and Pape Sarr, but the latter has been loaned back to Metz for the season.
Regardless, Kane has commanded much of the attention, having warned the club earlier this year that he wanted to leave and attempted to push a deal to Manchester City.
Finally, Daniel Levy declined to pick up the phone, and the striker has returned to the first squad, leaving Spurs with only a few days to complete their business.
Nuno is anxious to add a right-back and a midfielder to his squad, as the current alternatives are unconvincing.
Serge Aurier could return to France, while Matt Doherty has a grudge against the Portuguese coach dating back to his Wolves days, forcing relative newcomer Japhet Tanganga to fill the void.
Despite only joining the Nou Camp this summer, Barcelona star Emerson Royal is at the top of the desire list, according to the Telegraph.
Barca, on the other hand, is starved for cash, and Spurs have a realistic chance of signing the former Real Betis player, who had been co-owned by both clubs for the previous three years.
The Nou Camp club has exercised a transfer option to bring the Brazilian to Catalonia this summer, although he might be sold to raise finances.
Royal might cost up to £18 million, but Spurs will want to keep the price down and could move for Bologna’s Takehiro Tomiyasu if a deal falls through.
The more serious issue, however, is in midfield, where Nuno has effectively evicted new Watford signings Harry Winks, Tanguy Ndombele, and Moussa Sissoko.
According to the Telegraph, the top target is Wolves midfielder Adama Traore, who wants to leave the Molineux after four seasons.
Nuno is well-known to the Spaniard, who was and is tutored by him throughout that time. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”