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After Clement Lenglet move completed Spurs chief Daniel Levy already working on 3 more deals

    Tottenham Hotspur were the most active player on the transfer front during June, and it seems like the search for new enforcement does not stop with the signing of Clement Lenglet.

    Express Sport gathered the most likely transfers which are currently on the radar of Daniel Levy.

    Most Spurs fans, including me, expected that Djed Spence would be among the first summer signings, but the talks between Middlesbrough and Tottenham have been locked due to inability of the sides to negotiate the final fee. Spurs do not want to throw a lot of cash for the player, though at the same time they do not conceal their huge interest. The club is ready to sell, the player is ready for the move, so we expect the deal to be completed sooner or later.

    Memphis Depay’s rumors appeared at the end of June, after reports that Barcelona may consider incoming offers for the player with one year left on his contract. Blaugranas also need to relieve the pressure off their wages bill, and the Spanish club won’t demand a big fee. The question is whether Antonio Conte indeed wants a player with a rather poor PL experience he had playing for Manchester United.

    After the details of Lenglet’s transfer were specified, it surprised most of us that there is no buy-out clause in the deal. Most football insiders interpreted the Tottenham’s decision as the plan to make a new run for Bastoni next summer. Reportedly, the club is still in contact with Inter in order to lay the foundations for a future transfer.