The winter transfer window is soon coming to an end and the clubs looking for reinforcements will start to speed up their negotiations. This is the case for Tottenham, 7th in the Premier League. Indeed, Antonio Conte was very clear: he needs recruits if he wants to fight on equal terms with the big Premier League teams. If for the moment no player has joined the Spurs, this could accelerate in the coming days.
Indeed, the negotiations with the Wolves for Adama Traore would progress well, while the Londoners would also have targeted Sofyan Amrabat, the Moroccan midfielder of Fiorentina. The London club have also passed on an offer to FC Porto for their Colombian attacking player, Luis Diaz. The left winger, author of 14 goals in 18 league games, pleases Antonio Conte. Its managers are said to have already submitted an offer of €45m, but it was refused by the Portuguese leaders, who set the player’s release clause at almost €80m. The Guardian does not specify whether Tottenham intends to revise its offer upwards.