Tottenham are looking to strengthen their squad after beating bitter rivals Arsenal to Champions League qualification.
Antonio Conte will want to consolidate his squad this summer, with new arrivals needed to compete in Europe next season.
Spurs’ majority shareholder ENIC has injected £150m into the club to back Conte in the summer transfer market, though the manager's own future is far from certain.
The latest Tottenham transfer news and rumours have been rounded up.
Eriksen return latest
According to Football Insider, Tottenham have contacted Christian Eriksen's representatives over a possible return to the club this summer.
Eriksen impressed with his midfield performances in his short stint at Brentford. The 30-year-old is out of contract with the club next month.
The midfielder spent seven years at Spurs before he left for Inter Milan, but Conte has apparently sanctioned the move for the player to return.
The club will have to battle it out with several Premier League sides for his signature.
Football journalist Alasdair Gold has said he believes the London side will make an approach for Spence even if Nottingham Forest are promoted.
Forest play Huddersfield in the Championship play-off final this weekend, but the outcome of the match will have no impact on Tottenham’s stance on the defender.
Spence has been on loan at Middlesbrough this season, and his performances earned him a place in the Championship team of the season.
The player has attracted many clubs in Europe, but Spurs remain the favourites to acquire him.
Spurs and Man Utd battle
Villarreal player Pau Torres will have to choose between Tottenham and Manchester United as both clubs have indicated they are willing to meet the clubs £45m asking price.
Spanish media outlet Cadena Ser said both clubs have already made an offer, putting the final decision to 25-year-old.
Torres played a pivotal role in in his side's run to the semi-finals of the Champions League.
It has been reported that the defender currently favours a move to Manchester.