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Tottenham on the verge of a pair of exits ahead of more potential incomings


Tottenham on the verge of a pair of exits ahead of more potential incomings

Tottenham are ready to part ways with a pair of midfielders on loan in the final hours of the transfer window.

Both Bryan Gil and Tanguy Ndombele are set to leave the club, joining Valencia and Lyon respectively, as Antonio Conte looks to make room for new signings.

Two more could leave too, with Giovani Lo Celso attracting interest from Villareal and David Ornstein revealing that Dele Alli could be a surprise addition for Valencia on deadline day.

Should both depart, it would allow Tottenham to potentially strengthen further.

What else is there to do?

Tottenham are, of course, on the verge of adding Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur to their side, with the pair of Juventus fringe players only needing to be announced.

Meanwhile, there is still the loan move for Sofyan Amrabat in the pipeline, although it is unclear how this deal affects the move for the Fiorentina man, with some reports suggesting that a deal for the Moroccan is now off.

Beyond this, Tottenham are still on the hunt for a right wing-back, having lost out on Adama Traore to Barcelona, while a second striker would also be welcome. However, there is recognition within the hierarchy that both will be incredibly unlikely before the window shuts at midnight.

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