27 Jun 2023 17:02:28
Hi Ed could you please share who spurs have an interest in for this transfer window? Fingers crossed as looking like Kane could leave.

{Ed002's Note - Hugo Lloris (G) Signed a two year extension but Spurs could look to a replacement this summer with a year to run. Lloris will have options in the Middle East.
Pedro Porro (RB) Spurs will take up their option to buy.
Ben Davies (LB) Available but will be tough to find a buyer.
Sergio Reguilion (LB) Will look to sell.
Eric Dier (CB) Available but will be tough to find a buyer.
Clement Lenglet (CB) Not worked out and will return to Barcelona in the summer to be sold on.
Davinson Sanchez (CB) Available but will be tough to find a buyer.
Harry Winks (DM) Will be sold.
Tanguy N'Ddombele (DM/CM) Will look to sell.
Giovani Lo Celso (CM) Will be sold.
Ryan Sessegnon (LWB/LW/LM) Available but will be tough to find a buyer.
Bryan Gil (LW) Probably available.
Arnaut Danjuma (LW) A mistake and will return to Villareal in the summer to be sold on.
Heung-min Son (LW/AM/F) 31 by the start of next season means age is against him. Barcelona could offer an option if the fee could be spread out and wages are reasonable.
Ivan Perisic (LW/M) Available. Last year of his contract.
Lucas Moura (RW) Out of contract in the summer and will leave as a Free Agent.
Out of contract in the summer and will leave as a Free Agent
Richarlison (W/F) Spurs are aware of what a vile jerk Richarlison is and will look to recover what they can by selling him or look to a part exchange if an interested side can be found.
Joe Rodon (F) Will move on.
Son Heung-min (F) Huge offer from Saudi Arabia.
Harry Kane (S) Bayern Munich and Manchester United remain interested in the player and I expect Bayern Munich to make a very significant offer whilst Manchester United could look to their other targets - but Kane remains first choice but a move seems unlikely. PSG will offer an option. Real Madrid have identified a number of options to replace Benzema including Kane but have preferred options that they will likely to look at others first. Pochettino may want to take him to Chelsea but they also have other targets. Spurs will not want to sell and perhaps the new coach will persuade him to stay, but Spurs may have to reluctantly accept his departure but could look to keeping him one more year.

Kevin Mier (G) Plays for Columbian side Nacional but Spurs are keen.
David Raya (G) Not first choice, but a good option for Manchester United. Chelsea should not be discounted. Won't sign a new contract. Spurs stepped back due to the price.
Illan Meslier (G) Manchester United, Spurs and Chelsea maintain an interest in the French GK.
Jordan Pickford (G) Everton have FFP, Sustainability and Ownership issues which means that they may now listen to offers for Pickford, but prior interest has largely shifted. Not first choice for Spurs but the may offer a solution but they are dealing with recruiting a new coach that could shift their interest, and he would perhaps be only third choice for them. I am not aware of the player seeking a move and Manchester United have moved on to much preferred options.
David Raya (G) Not first choice, but a good option for Manchester United. Chelsea should not be discounted. Won't sign a new contract. Spurs stepped back due to the price.
Guglielmo Vicario (G) Moved to Spurs from Empoli.
Pedro Porro (RB) Spurs will take up their option to buy.
Denzel Dumfries (RB) Bayern Munich interest has gone. Inter offered him to Chelsea as a CA replacement - and that may yet be an option but Chelsea opted for another. Arsenal could be interested as they have been playing Ben White out of his natural CB position. Spurs and Manchester United offer wildcard options.
Destiny Udogie (LWB) A Conte pick joining Spurs in the summer from a loan at Udinese.
Aymeric Laporte (CB) PSG will make an offer. Spurs will try and sell their project. Barcelona offer an option but will need to agree sales first. A wildcard would be Chelsea if they fail to sign their first choice.
Castello Lukeba (CB) Lyon youngster scouted by Spurs and Torino and discussed with Chelsea with Lyon keen to take a Chelsea player at a nominal fee.
Perr Schuurs (CB) Only signed from Ajax last summer and an enquiry from Spurs was met with a not for sale - but a €50m would make them listen. I doubt any club would value him at half that but Manchester United, and ten Hag knows him well, and Liverpool have sent scouts.
Roger Ibanez (CB) Spurs remain interested.
Robert Renan (CB) Will look to leave but payment to Zenit is difficult. Spurs may offer an option.
Giorgio Scalvini (CB/DM) Chelsea, Manchester City, Inter, Spurs, Juventus and Southampton have shown an interest in the young centre back who has also covered for Koopmeiners as a DM this season. Southampton can be discounted, and probably Spurs with the Italian management gone. Napoli and Atletico offer wildcard options.
Marc Guehi (CB) Arsenal has a declared interest but prior interest of Spurs will eb awaiting a new coach. Chelsea have a first refusal but it is doubtful they would invoke it and will be happy to take funds from the sell on clause.
Fikayo Tomori (CB) Milan has no interest in selling but a return to Chelsea was suggested during discussions between the clubs over two other players. Manchester United have had a very high-end third-party scout watching him on their behalf. Conte was keen but has since left Spurs.
Micky van de Ven (CB) Dortmund and Arsenal spoke with Wolfsburg in January and were told he will be agreeing a new contract which he did in March. Liverpool and Manchester City were at a game against Dortmund in November - I had assumed to watch JB but van der Ven scored that day. Team Mino after agreeing a new deal so a sale this summer seems unlikely still but Schmadtke knows the player and knows Wolfsburg would welcome a significant profit on what they paid, so they may now press. Sprurs have declared an interest. Bayern Munich will look to an offer if Wolfsburg put him up for sale but know he could be priced out of a move. Moritz Jenz is not his replacement.
Pau Torres (CB) Villareal are stll struggling financially and will sell at the right price. Manchester City had him as an option and they still need a major CB addition but interest may have waned. Manchester United had him as first choice, but purchased Varane instead but may chase again with departures imminent. Barcelona has a sustained interest but price will likely be an issue and they may look to horse trade some players - but priorities will be elsewhere. Bayern Munich, chelsea and PSG interest has moved on. Real Madrid wanted Torres to replace Ramos but do not want to get in to an auction. Spurs have had sustained interest since Mr Mourinho was coach - and have spoken with the club. Any interest of Arsenal will depend on departures.
Kim Min-jae (CB) Napoli are not looking to sell but there is interest from Manchetser United and possibly still Spurs.
Alessandro Bastoni (CB) On the list for Chelsea but behind Gvardiol. Spurs interest may remain due to Paritici.
Jurrien Timber (CB) Manchester United and Spurs remain keen - price will be huge if Ajax agree to sell and will not be first chpoice for either club.
Rani Khedira (DM) Wolves see RK as a possible Neves replacement whist Spurs, West Ham and Leicester have sent scouts. A WP may be a struggle to get.
Manuel Ugarte (DM) Interest of Leeds went when Sporting refused to negotiate a reduction in his buy out clause and now want to give him a new contract and increase it. Wolves, Spurs and PSG have shown an interest but none will meet his €60M buy out clause and Spurs have moved on to other targets. Barcelona and Newcastle offer wildcard options and are keen.
Mo Dahoud (CM/DM) Leicester City, West Ham and Spurs all see MD as an alternative to Rani Khedira and Morten Hjulmand. His agent says Atletico, Roma, Milan and Napoli have also approached him about taking him as a Free Agent in the summer. Turkish clubs will perhaps offer the best financial solution. Absolute wilcard may see Arsenal look to him depending on departures.
Anton Stach (DM/CM) Mainz are aware that Spurs and West Ham are scouting DM players for the summer and that both have sent scouts to watch Stach. West Ham are beginning to recognise the reality of losing Declan Rice and need to improve their recruitment methods that see them stumble from window to window. Mainz will listen to offers as they look to trim their bloated squad.
Morten Hjulmand (DM) Young Danish DM player who is attracting significant attention. Spurs have sent scouts, as have Brighton, Leeds, Brentford and West Ham who are facing the reality of losing Declan Rice in the summer. Southampton had an offer rejected in January. A number of Italian sides, including Juventus and Atalanta, have taken note, and if Mr Mourinho were to remain at Roma he may well look to an offer.
Franck Kessie (CM) Not working out - available. Inter or Spurs may offer a solution.
James Ward Prowse (CM/AM) Newcastle and Spurs offer options but the Spurs interest being maintained will depend on a new coach. Has a long-term contract and Southampton will resista sale.
James Maddison (AM/CM) Leicester will look to keep Maddison knowing Tielemans is leaving but know that relegation will make life tough. Newcastle have had an offer rejected last summer and will return with another. Arsenal has a declared interest but maybe want to include Smith-Rowe in a deal and Spurs may test the waters again with other PL sides sending scouts - but a fee of £40M plus will put most off.
Pepe (LW) Porto could look to cash in if they get a good offer with Galeno doing well and plenty of cover. Has been scouted by a number of English sides including Spurs, Arsenal, Brighton and Chelsea but there have been no approaches to the club aside from the interest of PSG. A change of agent may get him a move.
Harvey Barnes (W) Of interest to Spurs.
Nicolo Zaniolo (W) Moved to Galatasaray in January 2023 but the could cash in if Spurs or Milan offer his release clause. Spurrs interest will go if Conte departs.
Manor Solomon (W) Spurs are keen on the Fulham player but the change of management may impact that.
Dejan Kulusevski (RW) Spurs will likely take up their option to buy him.
Jesper Lindstrom (AM/LW/RW) Eintracht Frankfurt have said that they are aware of scouts from many sides have watched the player this season. These sides include Liverpool, Brentford and Spurs. Arsenal have spoken with his agent after spotting him whilst scouting another player. Spurs can no longer be discounted. Arsenal and Liverpool have asked Eintracht Frankfurt for talks. Newcastle offer an option. Even with a bloated squad, EF want to keep the player given they know they will be losing key players this summer.
Noah Okafor (LW/S) An enquiry from Nottingham Forest was rejected last summer. Leeds and Milan have a declared interest. RBS have no interest in selling but know his performances will attract a lot of interest not least from Inter Milan who are asking for talks. Juventus have been keeping a watchful eye on the player as a potential Vlahovic replacement. Spurs and West Ham have sent scouts to watch the player.
May have been noted by Liverpool whilst scouting another player.
Adama Bojang (S) Gambian yougster attracting the interest of Marseille, Chelsea, Spurs, Sporting and Ajax. Sporting or any Spanish side would have the best chance of signing the player.
Kyogo Furuhashi (S/W) Celtic will look to scalp Spurs financially if an approach is made.

1.) 28 Jun 2023
28 Jun 2023 03:43:10
Thanks a ton Ed! Hope you’re doing well!