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Five Tottenham deals that could happen on transfer deadline day

Tottenham have had a relatively busy transfer window so far, making a total of seven new additions.

Carlos Vinicius was latest of those, arriving from Benfica on loan, while Gareth Bale and Sergio Regulion were arguably the most notable of Spurs’ other signings.

Jose Mourinho has seen far less departures in this extended transfer window, with Kyle Walker-Peters hid only sale, while Jan Vertonghen and Michel Vorm left on free transfers.

That means that there could still be a flurry of activity from Tottenham today as Mourinho looks to add the finishing touches to his squad for the season.

So here’s five deals Spurs could still pull off on transfer deadline day…


Ryan Sessegnon

Sessegnon is expected to seal a loan move to Hoffenheim today.

The versatile left-sided player is understood to have agreed terms in Germany, and will spend the season with the Bundesliga club.

Milan Skriniar

Tottenham are thought to be extremely keen to snap up Inter Milan defender Skriniar to plug the hole at centre-back.

However, it doesn’t look like a move will be on the cards after the Slovakia centre-back was picked by his club over the weekend.

Danny Rose

Outcast Rose is facing the prospect of months on the sidelines if he cannot force a move to go ahead today.

The left-back has been frozen out completely by Mourinho, even losing his squad number without a replacement.

Rose had been linked with a move to Genoa, but talks stalled a few weeks ago.

Juan Jesus

Spurs have identified the Roma star as a possible back-up option to Skriniar.

It’s thought the Brazilian centre-back would only cost around £7m, but Mourinho is said to have his reservations on Jesus.

Jack Clarke

Former Leeds midfielder Clarke played in all of Tottenham's pre-season friendlies, but is not expected to bee handed a role in the first-team this season.

Championship side Birmingham are understood to be leading the way for his signature.

There’s much less of a rush with Clarke though, as the EFL window is open for another 11 days after deadline day.

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