Tottenham eyeing free defender transfer amid fresh Antonio Conte boost

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All the latest Tottenham transfer news and rumours as Antonio Conte’s men begin preparations for the big derby.

Tottenham fans will be counting down the days until the North London Derby.

Spurs have enjoyed a superb start to the season, sitting one point behind leaders Arsenal, who await them on the other side of the international break.

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The derby should prove to be a litmus test for Antonio Conte’s men, who may well believe they have Premier League title credentials.

So far, it’s hard to argue, but Tottenham are going to have to prove themselves against other teams with title ambitions.

In the meantime, we have rounded up all the latest news and transfer rumours surrounding Tottenham.

Kamada contract doubts

Tottenham could get the opportunity to land Eintracht Frankfurt star Daichi Kamada on a free transfer.

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Kamada is out of contract in the summer, and Kicker report there is uncertainty over whether he will pen a new deal.

The Express report Tottenham are eyeing a possible deal, with Leeds United also interested.

Kamada was valued at £13million in the summer, but he could be available for less in January, or perhaps even for free next summer.

Conte latest

Tottenham fans have been sent some good news over Antonio Conte.

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Conte has been linked with the Juventus job amid pressure on current Old Lady boss Max Alleri.

But according to Ben Jacobs, Tottenham can feel pretty comfortable about Conte staying put.

“Right now, if Allegri was sacked, Conte would not quit Spurs for Juventus,” Jacobs told The Done Dean Show. “It would be a big decision if an offer was made, but he’s been backed and he’s flying at Tottenham.

“There may be a conversation to be had, but when you speak to Tottenham sources they remain extremely confident, whether it be this month or by early next year they will get Conte to sign a new deal.”

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