Tottenham: Giovani Lo Celso & Ryan Sessegnon deals agreed but Paulo Dybala transfer is ‘difficult’

Giovani Lo Celso

Tottenham & Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso

Spurs will sign Giovani Lo Celso from Real Betis today.

On transfer deadline day, it’s been widely confirmed that Lo Celso will join Tottenham.

The Argentine midfielder has been linked with Spurs all summer long, and, according to the Guardian, Lo Celso will sign on at Tottenham for 55 million pounds.

Italian reporter Fabrizio Romano has already confirmed that Lo Celso is in London ahead of his transfer announcement.

Meanwhile, in the Guardian, readers are told:

Tottenham have reached an agreement with Real Betis to sign Giovani Lo Celso for a club record-equalling €60m (£55.3m).

While Lo Celso has yet to agree personal terms, he is expected to move to north London after being withdrawn from the Betis squad for the friendly against Las Palmas on Wednesday evening and is expected in London on Thursday for a medical.

Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon

Another player set to join Spurs today is Ryan Sessegnon.

The 19-year-old has agreed a deal to leave Fulham, reports the BBC.

Reporter David Ornstein has posted the following on the BBC’s website:

Tottenham have reached a £25m agreement with Fulham to sign England Under-21 left-back Ryan Sessegnon.

The deal will see Spurs midfielder Josh Onomah moving the other way.

The fee for Sessegnon, 19, who scored two goals in 35 Premier League appearances last season for relegated Fulham, could rise to £30m.

Will Sessegnon get into Tottenham’s XI?

That remains up in the air, as fans wait to see where Pochettino thinks Sessegnon is best suited in the team.

Sessegnon could play anywhere down the left-hand side, from left-back to a left-sided forward.

Juventus: Paulo Dybala transfer is ‘difficult’

Will Spurs sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus?

With less than a day to run in the window, Fabrizio Romano has stated that the deal is “difficult”.

The problem with signing Dybala is financial.

Can Tottenham agree terms for the Argentine’s image rights?

Barcelona: Philippe Coutinho

Another player who has been linked to Tottenham in the past few days is Philippe Coutinho.

However, Tottenham’s hopes of landing Coutinho from Barcelona appear to have receded. The Guardian report:

Spurs had also showed an interest in signing Philippe Coutinho on loan from Barcelona but could not agree a deal with Barcelona.

And what about Christian Eriksen?

Will the Dane leave Tottenham today?

Well, Man United’s hopes of signing the Dane seem to have vanished.

If Eriksen does leave Tottenham this summer, the likelihood is that the midfielder will move to a European club.

Also see:  Philippe Coutinho rejects Tottenham loan move – Sky Sports

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