Spurs drop interest in Juventus duo and are chasing Championship wonderkid

Tottenham have ended their hunt for a pair of Juventus players - however, they are reportedly looking at a Bristol City starlet.

Tottenham Hotspur, along with the rest of the Premier League, are gearing up for what could be a whirlwind of January transfer window. What business are Spurs looking to conduct?

Spurs were interested in a pair of players from Juventus earlier in the month - however, that interest has now reportedly subsided. Instead, Spurs will look elsewhere in the transfer market.

Back in England, Spurs are one of many clubs who are thought to be looking at a young starlet from Bristol City. Leicester, Wolves and Manchester United are also thought to be monitoring the 19-year-old.

Spurs end pursuit of Juventus duo

Spurs were thought to be looking at two Juventus players - Weston McKennie and Adrien Rabiot - but according to Tuttojuve, this is no longer the case. Instead, Spurs will turn their attention to Barcelona’s Franck Kessie.

Weston McKennie featured for the USA in the World Cup, playing in all four of their games. Despite this, Juve appear keen to move him on - they are, however, hopeful they can hold onto Rabiot.

Tottenham interested in Bristol City starlet

Spurs have been joined in the race to sign Alex Scott by Manchester United, Leicester and Wolves, according to Bristol World. Scott’s contract does not end until the summer of 2025 - meaning any club that wishes to sign him will probably have to pay a substantial fee.

Scott has made 27 appearances for Bristol City this year, notching up four assists. His days at Ashton Gate appear to be limited - but where he will end up is currently unclear.