Spurs might not have finished their transfer business for the summer.
Georges-Kevin N'koudou at Marseille
Spurs could bring in another attacking midfielder after the signing of Georges-Kevin N’Koudou, according to the Telegraph.
The Lilywhites are expected to complete the capture of the Marseille winger imminently, with N’Koudou due to undergo his medical today, as reported by the Guardian.
His arrival will mean Spurs are heavily stocked in attacking midfield with Nacer Chadli, Heung-Min Son, Clinton N’Jie and youngsters Alex Pritchard and Josh Onomah all providing back-up to first-team trio Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli and Erik Lamela.
Georginio Wijnaldum celebrates scoring for Newcastle from the penalty spot
If there are to be more arrivals after N’Koudou, then there will surely be some outgoings to make room.
The Telegraph’s report links N’Jie with a loan move to Marseille but after arriving last summer, suffering a serious injury and making just 12 appearances, it doesn’t make much sense for Spurs to send the Cameroonian back to Ligue 1.
Tottenham's Clinton Njie, Joshua Onomah and Kyle Walker during training
Pritchard and Onomah could benefit from loan moves, while Son and Chadli struggled last season and could perhaps be shown the exit door should a suitable offer arrive.