Tottenham Hotspur are keen on £35 million-rated French midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure. The Mirror suggest that Spurs have identified him as a potential replacement for Victor Wanyama, who they are considering letting go.
The report suggests that Tottenham are hoping to get the jump on several transfer rivals by making a move in January.
Liverpool, Arsenal and PSG have all been linked with the player.
Pochettino and Levy agreement
Real Madrid are currently on the hunt for a new manager and Mauricio Pochettino is high up the list when it comes to potential candidates.
The Argentine has long been linked with the job and he is currently facing a difficult time at Tottenham.
Now, Sport, as reported by Sport Witness, suggest that Pochettino has an agreement with Daniel Levy that will see him allowed to speak to Real Madrid if they come calling again.
Fernando Llorente was reportedly offered to Marseille this summer. According to agent Yvan Le Mee, a deal to take the Spaniard to the Stade Velodrome was ‘proposed’ in the summer.
However, the French side did not want him as they are targeting younger players in the current market.
Llorente, who is a free agent in the summer, scored against West Ham in the EFL Cup last night.