Tottenham bid rejected and double transfer deal eyed

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The latest Tottenham Hotspur transfer news and rumours on Monday.

Tottenham Hotspur started the new season with a 4-1 home win over Southampton.

The London club fell behind early one but ended up running out comfortable winners.

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Next up for Antonio Conte’s side is a trip to Stamford Bridge to face rivals Chelsea this Sunday.

Here is a look at the latest news coming out of the club today.

Bid rejected

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly had a bid rejected by Roma for attacking starlet Nicolo Zaniolo.

The youngster has caught the eye playing in Serie A over recent seasons.

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Italian news outlet CalcioMercato claim Spurs have made an offer but it has been rebuffed by Jose Mourinho’s side.

Double deal eyed

Villarreal are reported to be keen on signing Giovani Lo Celso and Tanguy NDombele.

The pair have slipped down the pecking order at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and could now be handed an escape route to Spain.

According to Sky Sports (live transfer blog, (:53), Lo Celso is Villarreal’s ‘top target’ and they also want NDombele, who has interest from Galatasaray and Marseille too.

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Released goalkeeper agrees three-year deal

Released Tottenham goalkeeper Timothee Lo-Tutala is heading to Hull City on a free transfer, their manager has confirmed.

Conte’s side decided not to offer him a deal when his contract expired at the end of June.

He is now joining the Tigers on a three-year deal, as per a report by Hull Live, and their boss Shota Arveladze has said:

“We will have him (as a new signing). He’s a good kid, quite talented, and we’ve been happy to see him here. He can challenge. It’s an opportunity for every kid that trains with us. His goal will be the same, he will not train with different coaches.”

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