Tottenham and Southampton have agreed deals in principle for the transfers of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Kyle Walker-Peters.
A fee in the region of £15m has been agreed for Hojbjerg to move to Spurs and one in the region of £12m for Walker-Peters to join Saints, where he spent the second half of the 2019/20 season on loan.
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However, there are still bonuses and payment structures to be agreed between the clubs.
Both transfers are also still subject to the agreement of personal terms and completion of medicals.
The two players are keen to join their prospective new clubs so those are expected to be a formality.
Sky Sports News reported last week talks were progressing over the deals, despite Everton's interest in Denmark midfielder Hojbjerg.
The player has been keen to join Jose Mourniho's squad this summer, after they enquired about him in the January window.
Walker-Peters has also been keen to make his loan move to St Mary's since January a permanent affair, after impressing for Ralph Hasenhuttl since the lockdown.
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