Tottenham could be set for £20m transfer windfall as Son Heung-min replacements weighed up

Tottenham could be set for £20m transfer windfall as Son Heung-min replacements weighed up

Here is your Tottenham morning digest on Sunday, January 9.

£20m transfer windfall

According to Calciomercato, Tottenham have placed a £20million price tag on defender Japhet Tanganga, amid speculation over his future in north London.

The Spurs defender has been strongly linked with an exit in recent weeks, with AC Milan reportedly keeping an eye on his progress.

Tottenham have apparently been contacted over a possible loan move for Tanganga, but the north Londoners would ‘prefer’ selling the 22-year-old instead.

Son replacements

With Tottenham attacker Son Heung-min possibly set to be missing from action for the remainder of the month, Antonio Conte will have to use other members of his squad to fill the void left by the South Korean’s absence.

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There is of course the option of Bryan Gil, who hasn’t really got going in his short time at Spurs just yet. The Spaniard has undeniable talent, but injuries have restricted him kicking on so far this season.

Giovani Lo Celso and Steven Bergwijn are also options for Conte, as explains below.


Things spotted in Spurs training

Ahead of Tottenham’s FA Cup clash with Morecambe later today, has spotted four things in their last training session.

Conte looks set to make a host of changes to his usual team, as the FA Cup allows Premier League clubs to do, with the key players potentially being handed a well-deserved rest.

One of the things we spotted in the training session at Hotspur Way was Ryan Mason leading the passing drill. Mason, who took charge of Spurs on an interim basis last season, is clearly still playing a big part in proceedings at Tottenham.

As well as this, there were plenty of youngsters out there, who will be keen to impress the coaching staff with a real opportunity to get some first-team minutes on Sunday.

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