The summer transfer window has now closed, with Tottenham Hotspur having enjoyed one of their busiest and most exciting windows to date.
Gareth Bale made his return to the club on loan from Real Madrid, while Spurs also spent big on the likes of Sergio Reguilon, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Matt Doherty in addition to loaning Carlos Vinicius. Attention will now switch to the January window as Jose Mourinho continues to mould his squad.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest news on possible comings and goings at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Tuesday morning's Tottenham Hotspur transfer talk news roundup:
Arsenal could reportedly land Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai for a figure of €25m (£22.8m) if they move quickly over the next couple of weeks.
The Gunners are thought to be at the head of the queue for the 20-year-old's signature, with Mikel Arteta's team in desperate need of creativity amid their recent goalscoring problems.
However, Arsenal are set to face an intense battle for Szoboszlai's services, with Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur and RB Leipzig also tipped to move for the Hungarian starlet in January.
According to The Athletic, if Szoboszlai informs Salzburg of his desire to leave by December 15, the Gunners then have 16 days to fork out his £22.8m release clause to sign him in January.
The report claims that any bids for the Hungary international must be made by New Year's Eve, and if Arsenal fail to trigger Szoboszlai's release clause ahead of the upcoming window, they will be forced to wait until the summer before it activates again.
Szoboszlai boasts eight goals and nine assists for Salzburg in all competitions this season, and he is under contract at the Austrian giants until 2022.
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is reportedly ready to join a Premier League club during the summer transfer window.
After Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur failed to sign the Argentina international in 2019, the 27-year-old went on to become a key player under Maurizio Sarri.
However, it has been a different story since Andrea Pirlo's arrival, with Dybala contributing just one goal from 10 appearances in all competitions.
According to 90 min, Dybala's representatives have informed the top six clubs in England that he is prepared to consider a move to the Premier League.
Just 19 months remain on the attacker's contract, giving United, Spurs, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal an opportunity to sign him for a cut-price fee.
The financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic may result in Dybala needing to take a pay cut, a factor in why a move to England has not materialised in the past.
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