Transfer news, rumours and gossip; summer transfer window runs from June 9 to August 31
Tuesday 31 August 2021 17:20, UK
Wrapping up the Tottenham transfer news, rumours and gossip in the 2021 summer window.
The saga is over - for now: Harry Kane announced on August 25 that he would be staying at Tottenham this summer after failed Man City bids.
Emerson Royal - Royal is undergoing a medical at Tottenham ahead of his move from Barcelona (Sky Sports News, August 31); Tottenham have agreed a fee of €30m (£25.7m) to sign Royal from Barcelona as Nuno Espírito Santo attempts to bolster his defensive options (The Guardian, August 31); Tottenham have made a bid worth £25.7m to Barcelona for the right-back. If Barcelona accept, personal terms not expected to be a problem (Sky Sports News, August 30); Tottenham are in talks with Barcelona over the permanent signing of right-back (Sky Sports News, August 29).
Odsonne Edouard - The Celtic striker is the subject of a bidding war with Everton, Crystal Palace and Brighton battling to land him and Tottenham watching developments ahead of Deadline Day on Tuesday (Sunday Mail, August 29).
Ilaix Moriba - Tottenham will soon learn the fate of their Moriba transfer pursuit amid stiff competition for the Barcelona man's signature from RB Leipzig (Sunday Express, August 29); Tottenham are in talks to sign the midfielder from Barcelona (Sky Sports News, August 27); Tottenham are exploring a move for the unsettled Barcelona teenager, but face fierce competition for his signature from the likes of RB Leipzig, Chelsea, Man City and Real Madrid (Daily Mail, August 22).
Adama Traore - Tottenham are still trying to sign Traore despite Wolves not wanting him to leave the club. Sky Sports News understands Wolves will only entertain an offer of £50m plus for the winger, who still has two years left on his contract (Sky Sports News, August 31).
Tottenham's Hotspur's bid to sign Traore has suffered a blow with Wolverhampton Wanderers standing firm in their desire to keep the winger (The Daily Telegraph, August 27); Tottenham are in talks with Wolves over a potential deal for Traore (The Guardian, August 24); Tottenham's new director of football Fabio Paratici might not be in position to sign a new striker as well as potential wing target Traore (Daily Express, August 24); Wolves are braced for an approach from Tottenham for the £45m star if Kane joins Man City before the end of the transfer window (Daily Mail, August 19).
Luis Diaz - Chelsea and Tottenham are battling for the signature of Porto's £30m-rated Colombia international striker, who was joint top-scorer at Copa America this summer (The Sun, August 25).
Houssem Aouar - Tottenham are interested in signing the Lyon attacking midfielder. Sky Sports News has learned informal talks have been held with Aouar's representatives. Aouar has two years left on his Lyon contract and wants to weigh up all of his options before making a decision on his future (Sky Sports News, August 24); Tottenham are set to move for the Lyon playmaker, who has been made available by the French club (Daily Mirror, August 19).
Frank Kessie - Spurs are ready to offer a lucrative financial package to the AC Milan midfielder when he becomes a free agent next summer (The Sun, August 24).
Harry Kane - The striker has been in talks about an improved contract which he hopes could be worth up to £400,000 a week after admitting defeat in his attempt to leave Tottenham for Man City (The Times, August 28); Tottenham are ready to offer Kane a £100,000-a-week pay rise in a bid to keep him out of Man City's clutches (The Sun, August 26); Kane has announced he will stay at Tottenham this summer after a move to Manchester City failed to materialise (Sky Sports News, August 25);
Tanguy Ndombele - Ndombele will remain at Tottenham after the transfer deadline. Both parties had been keen to part ways, but have not been able to find a suitable deal in time for the end of the window. (Sky Sports News, August 31); Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo says it is not his job to convince anyone to play for the club after record signing Ndombele asked to leave; The midfielder is considering leaving Tottenham this summer after the club's £65m record signing was left out of the Arsenal pre-season friendly by Nuno Espirito Santo (Daily Mail, August 10).
Oliver Skipp - Newcastle are interested in signing the Tottenham midfielder after his impressive promotion-winning campaign with Norwich last term.
Davinson Sanchez - The Colombia international is in discussions over a move to Sevilla as a potential replacement for wantaway centre-back Jules Kounde, according to his agent (Daily Mail, August 2).
Cameron Carter-Vickers - Celtic have made an enquiry with Spurs about a potential loan deal for defender Cameron Carter-Vickers. It's understood that any deal would be difficult to do at this stage and is looking unlikely (Sky Sports News, August 31); Celtic have been told they will need to stump up for Cameron Carter-Vickers because the American star wants to leave Tottenham for good (Daily Record, August 2); Celtic are interested in signing the Tottenham defender (Daily Record, July 23).
Japhet Tanganga - Tottenham are reportedly set to sanction a loan move for the young defender that will see him join Turkish giants Galatasaray (Daily Mirror, August 4); Galatasaray have made a loan offer for the defender (Sky Sports News, July 29).
Pierluigi Gollini - Atalanta, loan
Bryan Gil - Seville, £21.6m plus Erik Lamela
Cristian Romero - Atalanta, £42m
Pape Matar Sarr - Metz to Tottenham, undisclosed
Paulo Gazzaniga - contract expired
Danny Rose - Watford, free transfer
Kazaiah Sterling - contract expired
Juan Foyth - Villarreal, undisclosed
Erik Lamela - Seville, swap for Bryan Gil
Kion Etete - Northampton, loan
Joe Hart - Celtic, undisclosed
Moussa Sissoko - Tottenham to Watford, £3m
Heung-Min Son - The Spurs forward has signed a new four-year contract with the north London club that will run until 2025.
Hugo Lloris - The Spurs goalkeeper says he is 'calm and relaxed' despite no sign of new contract talks as he enters his 10th season at the club.
The £250,000 is up for grabs with Super 6, and as always it is completely free to play. Entries by 3pm Saturday.