The five most likely Tottenham transfers incoming and outgoing before January deadline

Tottenham Hotspur are yet to make any decisive moves in the January transfer market - but that is expected to change over the next week.

Here’s a look at the five most likely deals that could go through at Spurs over the next few days:

Spurs close in on Traore

Two midfield targets have been mentioned in the media as Antonio Conte looks to start putting his own print on the Spurs squad over the coming days.

Wolves winger Adama Traore is widely reported to be an imminent arrival and the Spanish flyer is rated at 1/20 by SkyBet to complete a move to North London before Monday night’s deadline.

Milan midfielder of interest to Conte

Milan midfielder Franck Kessie is also said to be a key transfer target for the Italian this month.

The Ivory Coast international has made over 200 appearances for the Serie A giants since he joined them from Atalanta the summer of 2019 for a fee of around £21million.

Kessie has been linked with a whole host of Premier League clubs but Spurs currently lead the market with SkyBet at 3/1.

Interest in former Premier League and Champions League winner

Conte is also believed to have shown an interest in PSG’s former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, who is widely expected to leave the Ligue 1 club in the near future.

The Dutchman has struggled to make a major impact in the French capital and Spurs are rated at 6/1 joint-second favourites to secure his signing.

North London rivals Arsenal are 3/1 favourites.

Sky Sports reported the Holland midfielder was “open” to a return to the Premier League - although Spurs are believed to prefer a permanent deal.

Spurs to provide competition for Magpies target

Newcastle United’s sustained interest in Sevilla’s Brazilian defender Diego Carlos has been one of the stories of the January transfer window.

The Magpies were expected the complete the addition of the centre-back for a few of around £30million - but Sevilla are believed to have increased their asking price to £38million.

That move has caused “frustration” for the Newcastle hierarchy, who Sky Sports believe are ready to turn their attention elsewhere.

The North East club are still rated at 4/6 to complete a move for the defender - but Spurs are second favourites at 5/2 after matching the Magpies initial £28million bid earlier this month.

Alli heavily linked with Newcastle

One Spurs player that could be on his way out of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is out-of-favour England midfielder Dele Alli.

The former MK Dons man is believed to have been the source of interest from Newcastle ever since the Magpies were taken over by a Saudi Arabian-backed consortium in October.

That interest is believed to have been stepped up earlier this week and Newcastle are Evens favourites with SkyBet to sign Alli before the end of the month.