Tottenham have their sights on four deadline day deals in a flurry of activity, according to a report by the Times.
They report that Spurs have agreed a £60 million deal for Giovani Lo Celso, who is expected to have a medical today, but also retain hope of landing Paulo Dybala.
Ryan Sessegnon has been a summer-long target who is apparently still on the radar going into the final day of the window, and Youcef Atal of Nice is the fourth name on the shopping list.
The report says that Spurs still want to do a deal for the 23-year-old today, after they have so far failed to bring in a new right back to replace Kieran Trippier.
Juan Foyth played at right back towards the end of last season and during pre-season but has now suffered an injury, which might have pushed Tottenham into the market for Atal.
At 23, he fits the profile of what Mauricio Pochettino usually tries to get in terms of pliable players who can be improved and would represent an upgrade on Serge Aurier.
Kyle Walker-Peters and Atal would represent fresh, competitive options at right back for Spurs. The other deals may catch the headlines but if Tottenham can get this one over the line today, it could be very useful indeed.