Tottenham Hotspur’s transfer moves seem to have stalled in recent weeks, but there are plenty of players who want to join Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

According to reports, Ryan Sessegnon, Nicolo Zaniolo and Giovani Lo Celso all want to join Tottenham Hotspur this summer, but there must be question marks over whether they are going to be left disappointed.

Tottenham made a very bright start to the summer, as they brought in Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke.

At this time, Spurs seemed to have targets across Europe, and it was thought that they would push on in the transfer window.

However, transfers have stalled more recently for Tottenham – which has led to question marks forming over how many players they want.

Attracting people to Tottenham is not a problem, as a whole host of players want to join.

The London Evening Standard claim that Ryan Sessegnon is keen, Sky Sports says that Lo Celso wants to work with Mauricio Pochettino and Alfredo Pedulla claims that Zaniolo has told Tottenham he would like a move.

It now just remains to be seen whether Tottenham have the budget to pull off what would be an impressive triple swoop.

None of the trio would come to White Hart Lane cheaply, so Tottenham may need to sell to raise funds for more incoming additions.

If Spurs do manage to bring in Sessegnon, Zaniolo and Lo Ceslo their squad would look much stronger for it.

With Danny Rose’s future uncertain, Sessegnon could start at left-back for Tottenham, and at 19 he has the ability to hold that position for well over a decade.

Zaniolo would help to bolster Tottenham’s midfield, and would offer them more support centrally.

It is Lo Celso’s arrival which could potentially be the most exciting of the whole group, but with Christian Eriksen still around, it is not clear whether Tottenham will spend the fee required to bring the Real Betis playmaker to the club.

And it could be that Tottenham are set to disappoint some of their targets who want to come, unless they have a very busy end to their transfer window.

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