Tottenham target Torino duo as Antonio Conte aims for summer overhaul

Tottenham boss Antonio Conte has begun to think ahead regarding the upcoming summer transfer window as the Spurs manager and club director of football Fabio Paratici are on the hunt for a swath of reinforcements.

As reported by the Telegraph's Matt Law, Conte wants up to six new players in the summer to bolster the first-team squad at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and has made it clear which areas of the pitch he hopes to secure upgrades for.

Bremer (25) has been a rock in the heart of the defence for Il Toro since his arrival from Atlético Mineiro in 2018 and has been regularly linked with a move away from the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino since last summer.

Singo, a 21-year-old Ivorian right-back, has become a key figure at the club in the last two years since coming through the youth ranks, and though he will be far lesser-known than Bremer, has been a standout performer this term.

In addition, Tottenham also looks set to confirm a permanent move for Swedish international Dejan Kulusevski after the on-loan Juventus forward has shone during his spell in north London after arriving at the club in January.

The 21-year-old Stockholm-native has helped revitalize Tottenham this season as the club is currently in pole position to finish fourth in the Premier League and has chipped in with 3-goals and 6-assists in just 12-appearances.

With three permanent summer additions identified, Tottenham finally seems to be on the right track as they look to challenge the current big three in English football after pulling ahead of the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United this term.

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