Tottenham are close to securing the services of Andre Gomes and Ryan Sessegnon as the club look to build on their Champions League finals finish.
Spurs are looking to break their two window transfer duck after not making a single addition to their squad for around 18 months.
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It further shows the mettle of Pochettino as even with a drained and depleted squad his squad has made it to the first Champions League final in the club’s history.
The club is now ready to reward the Argentine with some substantial investment.
Portuguese Midfielder Andre Gomes who is currently on loan from Barcelona at Everton is said to have agreed terms for a transfer worth around £35m.
The second reported signing is Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon who has been on Tottenham’s cards for a long time now.
The English international will reportedly cost around £25m plus add ons.
This sudden surge of intent from Spurs’ hierarchy is a collective effort from the club to keep hold of Mauricio Pochettino who has been flirting with the idea quitting Tottenham if the club fails to match his ambitions.
The Argentine manager has reportedly held talks with Serie A champions Juventus over a potential switch to Turin in the summer.
Although all these speculations will be secondary on the minds of Spurs Thinktank as the club prepares for their first ever Champions League finals against Liverpool at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium on 1st of July.