Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest on Tuesday, June 7.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham want around €30million (£25.5million) for Steven Bergwijn this summer.
The Italian journalist said on Twitter: “Tottenham want around €30m to let Steven Bergwijn leave this summer. Ajax are working on it with an official proposal, still waiting to reach an agreement with Spurs.
“Ajax are working on it with an official proposal, still waiting to reach an agreement with Spurs. There are many clubs interested in Bergwijn – but Ajax are on it since January.”
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£25m loss expected
Tottenham may sell a trio of players in the summer, which could result in an overall loss.
During the January transfer window, the Italian saw three of his players go out on loan. Tanguy Ndombele returned to Lyon, Giovani Lo Celso has spent the second half of the season at Villarreal and Bryan Gil has been trying to develop at Valencia. All three will return to N17 this summer, but what the future holds for them still raises questions.
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Spurs chase Jesus
Tottenham Hotspur are attempting to hijack Arsenal’s move for Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus if recent reports are to be believed.
football.london has previously reported that he is indeed a player that the Lillywhites admire, although it remains to be seen whether or not reports of a bid are true. The 25-year-old netted 13 goals and provided a further 12 assists across all competitions, impressive numbers when you consider that he played just 2,570 minutes – meaning he directly contributed to a goal every 102.8 minutes last term.
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