Tottenham are close to making yet ANOTHER signing, with club in advanced talks to finally sign Djed Spence from Middlesbrough after negotiations stalled… with Richarlison and Clement Lenglet also incoming
- Tottenham are in advanced talks to sign Middlesbrough defender Djed Spence
- Negotiations had stalled but now Spurs are close to making yet another signing
- Antonio Conte’s side have bought Fraser Forster, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma
- Everton forward Richarlison and Barcelona’s Clement Lenglet are also incoming
Tottenham are in advanced talks to sign Middlesbrough defender Djed Spence.
The 21-year-old defender spent last year on loan at Nottingham Forest, playing 46 games in all competitions to help Steve Cooper’s side gain promotion from the Championship to the Premier League via the play-offs.
And Spurs are now closing in on another signing as they continue their big summer rebuild.
Tottenham are in advanced talks to sign the Middlesbrough defender Djed Spence (pictured)
The signing would continue the big summer rebuild at Tottenham under Antonio Conte (above)
Antonio Conte’s side have already signed Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma for £25million, plus Inter Milan wing-back Ivan Perisic and Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster on free transfers.
Everton forward Richarlison is set for a medical ahead of a £60m move, while Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet is close to joining on loan.
And talks over the three-cap England Under-21 international, who can play at right back or wing-back, are advancing, although are not finalised yet.
The Premier League side are also close to signing Everton’s Brazilian forward Richarlison
The figure for Spence, who was named in the EFL and PFA Championship Team of the Year last season, will be around £15-16m, plus add-ons.
Negotiations stalled a couple of weeks ago regarding the structure of the deal.
It was previously thought the arrival of Spence would see him compete with Matt Doherty, leaving Emerson Royal free to move away, potentially to Atletico Madrid. Spurs, however, have no intention of selling the Brazilian and he will stay for now.