Tottenham looking to continue summer transfer spree with £13m signing of full-back Pervis Estupinan from Villarreal | The Sun
TOTTENHAM are targeting Villarreal ace Pervis Estupinan amid their ongoing summer transfer spree, reports suggest.
Spurs have already signed Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster as well as Yves Bissouma and are close to landing Everton star Richarlison.
According to GOAL, the North Londoners are set to make further significant additions to Antonio Conte's squad as they are weighing up a €15million (£13m) bid for Estupinan.
Conte is reportedly keen on the Ecuador international as he is looking to strengthen at wing-back.
The left-back joined Villarreal from Watford in 2020 and has since put together a raft of impressive performances in Spain.
The 24-year-old registered 41 appearances across all competitions last season.
Read More on Football
Richarlison to sign for Tottenham, Neymar could leave PSG
Win a Range Rover Velar from just 89p with the Sun’s exclusive discount
The Ecuadorian has amassed a total of 74 appearances throughout his two-year stint with the Yellow Submarine.
Tottenham are also eyeing Middlesbrough ace Djed Spence, who starred for Nottingham Forest last season and helped Steve Cooper's men earn Premier League promotion.
However, the two clubs are still way-off agreeing a fee with Boro demanding £15m plus add-ons for the full-back.
Tottenham are also keeping tabs on Barcelona outcast Clement Lenglet.
Most read in Football
Richarlison to undergo Tottenham medical TODAY after £60m transfer agreed
Chelsea fighting Barcelona's 11th-hour attempt to hijack Leeds star Raphinha
Man Utd looking to HIJACK Martinez to Arsenal, £74m De Jong transfer 'AGREED'
City star Grealish shows off new top knot haircut after returning from holidays
FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS
Spurs want Lenglet on loan and Barca are open to offloading him following a series of disappointing performances.
The Blaugrana are looking to raise funds for their own summer transfer business as they are still dealing with financial woes.
Source: Read Full Article