Tottenham transfer news and rumors: January transfer window 2022 | News from the Transfer Center

Wrap reports on Tottenham transfer, rumors and gossip in the January 2022 window.

“Clear Conte wants new recruits”

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Antonio Conte says that many problems need to be solved in Spurs and his task is to ensure that he gets the best out of his players, even if there is still talk of transfers.

Dharmesh Sheth from Sky Sports News:

“What Conte said at his press conference today looks like a small message to the board. When these managers speak, there is always something behind what they say than to consider everything at face value.”

“If you look at what Antonio said at the end of 2021, when he was asked about the transfers, he said he evaluated the team. Then he said he would talk to the board and said at the weekend that no one wanted to improve Tottenham.” more than the owner.

“He said today that he gave them a list and now it’s up to the club. He makes sure the current team’s nose isn’t taken out of work because they have to work with them, but it’s clear he wants to bring in new recruits during this transfer window.”

Who was Tottenham associated with?

Tottenham preferred to obtain three key signatures during this one-month transition period following a boundless meeting between President Daniel Levy, Football Executive Fabio Paratici and Head Coach Antonio Conte (Daily Telegraph, January 12).

The Spurs offered four players in exchange for the Wolves Adam Traore (TeamTalk, January 15); Tottenham is willing to sell Steven Bergwijn at the right price to help fund the raid on Wolves Traore (Sun, January 12); Tottenham wants to offer approximately £ 18 million for Wolves Traore (Daily mail, January 10); Tottenham negotiates the signature of Adam Traore with the aim of turning Wolverhampton Wanderers into a right defender (Sunday Times, January 9); Tottenham is very interested in Traore (Sky Sports, January 7); West Ham joins Tottenham in the battle to sign Traore in a levné cheap ’agreement from Wolves (Daily Mirror, January 3); Tottenham reportedly added the Wolves winger Traore to their ever-expanding list of potential January signatures (Sun, January 2).

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Jack Wilkinson of Sky Sports makes an obvious shout after signing a contract in Tottenham examining how Tanguy Ndombele’s problems, Dele Alli’s bankruptcy and Adamy Traore’s talent could turn the transfer door in Spurs …

Tottenham addressed Peterborough due to the availability of a 19-year-old midfielder Benjamin Mensah (Peterborough Telegraph, January 15)

Tottenham made contact Jesse Lingard camp due to a possible move to North London (London Football, 11 January).

Brighton’s ultimate defender Tariq Lamptey appears to be a key target for Tottenham (Sun, January 6).

Tottenham’s bid to acquire midfielder AC Milan Franck Kessie in January, he was reportedly frustrated that the Serie A giant refused to accept a swap deal involving Tanguy Ndombele (Daily mail, January 5); The Spurs want to avert Manchester United’s challenge and get Kessie, whose contract expired at the end of the season (Daily Star, January 2); Tottenham hopes to beat United and Liverpool by signing Kessie, who will be able to talk to suitors in January as an upcoming free agent (Daily express, December 24); Tottenham was put on alert after Kessie told the club he did not wish to extend the contract (Sunday Express, December 18).

Franck Kessie of AC Milan (left) and Harry Maguire of Manchester United during the UEFA Europa League preliminary round match at San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy.  Photo date: Thursday, March 18, 2021.
Could Franck Kessie from AC Milan be on his way to Spurs?

Antonio Conte and Fabio Paratici are in a dispute over which Juventus player will head to Tottenham, Conte favors Weston McKennie over Paratici’s man Dejan Kulusevski (sun, January 4).

Tottenham could have the opportunity to sign Real Madrid midfielder Isco this month at a discounted rate, according to reports (Daily express, January 3).

Tottenham is preparing a shocking move for Atletico Madrid and the French striker Antoine Griezmann, according to a report in Spain, and could cost him about £ 40 million. (Sun, January 1)

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte is interested in a transfer to Manchester United goalkeeper, who is unfavorable Dean Henderson (Daily express, December 30).

Juventus hit Arsenal and Tottenham at around £ 29.4 million Dejan Kulusevski before the forthcoming January transfer period, according to reports (Daily express, December 30); Arsenal is more likely than Tottenham to sign Juventus Kulusevski in January (daily express, December 1st).

Tottenham is reportedly interested in getting Barcelona’s central defender Klement Lenglet in January (Daily mail, December 22).

Tottenham CEO Fabio Paratici looks at Serbian star Fiorentina Nikola Milenkovičaccording to reports (Daily express, December 17).

Tottenham reportedly leads the race to get the Naples hot-shot Lorenzo Insigne (Sun, 15th December).

Dušan Vlahovič the next club will reportedly be the Champions League team, as Arsenal and Tottenham chase Fiorentina forward (Daily Mirror, January 10); It turned out that Fiorentina would rather sell Dušan Vlahovič to the Premier League than make a deal with Juventus, which would be a big boost for Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City (daily express, December 6); Tottenham is reportedly preparing a mega January offer for Vlahovič (Sun, December 1st); Tottenham’s new boss Antonio Conte and football director Fabio Paratici have reportedly ousted Vlahovich as the ideální ideal heir ’of Harry Kane (daily express, November 29).

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Who will the new Spurs boss Antonio Conte focus on in the January window?

Tottenham is looking for five young talents from all over Europe to strengthen Antonio Conte’s team, including Inter Milan. Nicolo Barella (Sun, 2nd December).

Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric is reportedly open to returning to the Premier League – but ruled out joining Newcastle or its former club Tottenham (daily express, November 29).

The newest players are associated with leaving Tottenham

Tanguy Ndombele it appears to be leaving Tottenham in January, with its most likely destination being Serie A – Juventus has already been heard for a possible loan agreement (Daily Mirror, January 14).

Tottenham is willing to sell Steven Bergwijn at the right price to help fund a swoop for Wolves winger Adam Traore (Sun, January 12); Tottenham has rejected Ajax’s £ 15 million offer for Bergwijn and is still negotiating with the Dutch side to sell the wingman. The club also discussed the departure of Tanguy Ndombele from the club in January this year, with the Spurs also considering offers to leave Dele Alli (Sky Sports News, January 10).

AC Milan is interested in a loan for the Spurs defender Japhet Tanganga (Daily mail, January 10).

Negotiations have begun between Celtic and Tottenham on a permanent agreement for the defenders Cameron Carter-Vickers (Sunday Mail, January 2).

Hugo Lloris is reportedly ready to return to Nice when his contract with Tottenham expires next summer, due to interest from his boys’ club (Daily mail, December 30).

Dele Alli According to reports, he could be on his way from Tottenham in January after he failed to implement Antonio Conte’s plans (Sun, December 21); Tottenham will be willing to listen to loan offers for playmaker Alli in the January transfer period (Sky Sports, December 13). Tottenham could have left Alli will leave the club in January and is likely to be interested in an English midfielder from Newcastle (Sun, October 30).

Newcastle is targeting four English stars, including midfielder Tottenham Harry Winks, as part of their January reorganization of the cooperative (Daily express, December 3).

News about the contract with Tottenham

Antonio Conte says he is “very sure”. Hugo Lloris signs a new contract with Tottenham and reveals that the club has entered into negotiations with its captain (Sky Sports, January 11).

Confirmed Tottenham signatures

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Confirmed departures from Tottenham

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Who will be on the move in January?

The January transfer window begins Saturday, January 1, 2022 and closes at 11 p.m. Monday, January 31.

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