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REPORT: TOTTENHAM has signed Real Madrid,Newcastle, Manchester United and Liverpool target



REPORT: TOTTENHAM has signed Real Madrid,Newcastle, Manchester United and Liverpool target

Tottenham have reportedly shown the most interest in the 27-year-old Spain international goalkeeper.

However, Spurs are unable to convince Brentford to sell Raya at a lower fee.

According to Galetti, Brentford want between £39 million and £43 million in transfer fees for the Spaniard.

“#THFC shown the most interest in the GK so far: they are trying to lower the request of #BFC (around €45/50m), leveraging on his final year of the contract. #Transfers“.

Could Tottenham Hotspur sign David Raya from Brentford?
In our view, Tottenham Hotspur could be able to sign David Raya from Brentford in the summer transfer window.

Yes, the Bees are an established club in the Premier League who will not want to sell any of their best players for a fee below their valuation, but money talks.

If Tottenham are willing to pay between £30 million and £35 million and the goalkeeper himself is ready to make the move to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, then a transfer could happen this summer.

Tottenham are one of the biggest clubs in England and regularly challenge for the Premier League top four.

A move to Spurs would one hugely appealing to Raya.


Tottenham are leading the race to sign AS Roma defender Roger Ibanez according to Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport.

The report claims that AS Roma will have to sell several players in order to balance their books and raise funds for the transfers in accordance to the Financial Fair Play rules.

They were previously hoping to cash in on one of their star strikers Tammy Abraham but that may no longer be possible due to the injury he suffered.

The club now sees their impressive Brazilian defender Roger Ibanez as a player they will need to sacrifice in the summer.

Several clubs are interested in signing him with Tottenham at the forefront of it according to the report.

The report states that the club values him around €35m and €40m.

Spurs will be facing competition for his services as per

which previously reported that Newcastle are also interested in signing the highly rated Roma defender.

The 24-year-old has established himself as one of the key players for Jose Mourinho and has all the attributes to be successful in the Premier League.

Spurs are expected to have a squad shake up this summer with several players expected to leave as Ange Postecoglou hopes to build the team according to his style of play.

Reports have suggested that the likes of Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier and Ben Davies are all set to be let go.

It has also been suggested thst signing a centre-back is on top of Tottenham’s priorities.

They have also been linked with Manchester United defender Harry Maguire but latest report claims he is not keen on leaving the club.

Nicolo Zaniolo has been linked with a move away from Galatasaray at the end of the season.

According to a report from Tutto Juve, he could be on the move this summer with a number of clubs interested in securing his services.

Although he joined the Turkish club at the start of the year, he has a release clause in his contract and Galatasaray will be powerless to stop him from leaving if the exit clause is triggered.

The midfielder can be signed for a fee of €35 million and clubs like Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur are ‘dreaming of signing’ him.

It is no secret that Tottenham need to sign a creative midfielder and Zaniolo is versatile enough to operate as a winger as well. The former Roma midfielder has been linked with Tottenham in the past and it remains to be seen whether Spurs can get the deal across the line.

Tottenham will have to strengthen their squad sufficiently in order to get back into the top four and challenge for trophies next season.

Zaniolo has the potential to develop into a quality player for them. The Italian attacker is certainly good enough to play in the Premier League and working under a manager like Ange Postecoglou could help him realise his potential. The Australian manager has done well to maximise the talents of his players throughout his managerial career and he could get the best out of the 23-year-old as well.

The reported asking price seems quite reasonable for a player of his potential and he could justify the outlay in the coming seasons.