Tottenham Hotspur have managed to bring in six new players this summer in what has been a very successful window in that regard.
Ivan Perišić, Djed Spence, Yves Bissouma Clément Lenglet Richarlison and Fraser Forster have all been signed and make Spurs an exciting outfit for next season.
However, in terms of outings, it has been pretty quiet so far for Tottenham, with only Cameron Carter-Vickers, Steven Bergwijn and Jack Clarke leaving.
Now, the north London club are focusing on getting players out the door and here is the latest on the departures...
Spurs set Giovani Lo Celso asking price
Tottenham are asking for €20 million for Giovani Lo Celso, reports the Athletic.
Villarreal and Firotentia are two of the clubs who are vying for his signature.
Sport Mediaset add that Napoli have also shown a strong interest in the 26-year-old.
The midfielder had a very successful loan spell with the Yellow Submarine.
He played a key role in helping them reach the Champions League semi-finals.
In regards to another player who joined at the same time as Lo Celso, nothing is advanced with Tanguy Ndombele at present.
AC Milan and Marseille were interested but have been put off by his wages.
Sergio Reguilón’s two Spanish options
Sergio Reguilón has two clubs interested in him from Spain.
Gerrard Romero claims that Barcelona are preparing an offer for him.
Barça want to offer Spurs a player in exchange for the left-back.
The Spanish giants are preparing to move for Reguilón in the event of a deal for Marcos Alonso falling through.
Meanwhile, Sevilla also want to bring him back to Seville and according to the Athletic, they want a loan with an obligation deal.
Talks are ongoing with Sevilla who are close to selling Jules Koundé to Barcelona.
Japhet Tanganga to AC Milan: More of an opportunity than a priority
Japhet Tanganga is being linked with a shock move to the Italian champions.
However, nothing seems advanced with this move, given AC Milan’s current stance.
The Athletic write that Milan only see the 23-year-old as an opportunity rather than a priority.
Evan Ndika of Frankfurt is currently their number one target for the defence.
Milan would also want a loan with an option to buy for less than the €20 million Spurs are currently requesting.
Spurs willing to let Joe Rodon and Bryan Gil leave
Tottenham are open to letting both Joe Rodon and Bryan Gil leave.
Rodon made just three league appearances last season whilst Gil was sent out on loan.
Spurs could sell Rodon and would want their £11 million back which they paid for him back in 2020.
Fulham are one of the clubs that are interested in him.
Another loan for Gil looks to be the option for him, with Valencia wanting to take him back.