A round up of key transfer stories about Tottenham Hotspur this morning.
The report on Goal suggests that the spending last summer, means Daniel Levy is unwilling to commission big money transfers during the winter transfer window.
“After signing seven internationals in the summer at the cost of more than £100 million, the club have no plans to spend heavily in January, especially given the problems experienced by the new arrivals in adjusting to the Premier League,” reads the report.
Tottenham Hotspur have told the Serie A sides interested in Erik Lamela that the midfielder is not for sale.
Inter Milan, Juventus and former club Roma are thought to be the three big Italian sides interested in signing the Argentine.
However, stories indicate that Spurs have been very clear that their £30 million signing from last summer isn’t going anywhere.
The Mirror has suggested that Tottenham are still looking at the possibility of doing a deal for Manchester United’s Alexander Buttner.
Spurs are thought to be keen on the left-back and will try and secure the Dutchman on a loan deal over the second half of the season.
However, the deal may depend on United signing another left-back as cover for Patrice Evra during the January transfer window.
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