Tottenham transfer news, rumours and links as Barcelona stars on radar and Conte future in air

North London side may have some good news to share on the contract front soon.

Tottenham Hotspur walked away with bragging rights after a convincing London derby win on Sunday, and also planted a flag in the ground in the battle for the top four.

Tottenham are desperate to secure a return to Europe’s elite to keep manager Antonio Conte and star striker Harry Kane happy.

And the latest news concerning the Lilywhites sees good and bad news reports on the club's Italian manager, but Spurs may be close to securing the future of one of their important home-grown players.

And there is also a couple of exciting transfer links regarding two of Europe's best strikers too.

Skipp continues to have groin complaints
Skipp continues to have groin complaints
Skipp continues to have groin complaints

Skipp new deal in the works

Midfielder Oliver Skipp is close to agreeing a new long-term deal to remain at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the foreseeable future, reports Football London.

Antonio Conte set for Spurs stay

Antonio Conte will not walk away from Tottenham this summer, according to comments made by Hugo Lloris in the Evening Standard.

Conte wanted by PSG this summer

Paris St-Germain have reportedly made contact with Conte, who has a clause in his contract that allows him to leave at the end of the season, Italian wesbite Calciomercato reports.

Tanganga will rest to focus on knee injury
Tanganga will rest to focus on knee injury
Tanganga will rest to focus on knee injury

Tanganga done for the season

The versatile defender has undergone knee surgery and will not play again this campaign, the Spurs website has said.

Barcelona stars on the Spurs radar

The Catalan club are interested in Tottenham left wing-back Sergio Reguilon that could open the door to defender Clement Lenglet or Memphis Depay, who has emerged as summer transfer target for Conte this week, according to Spanish daily Sport.

Spurs to compete with Arsenal and Barcelona in the summer for Argentine striker

Lautaro Martinez is set to be pursued by Spurs in the next transfer window, but there is serious competition according to the Fichajes website.

Manchester United will try and sign Harry Kane in the summer

Although the Red Devils would surely need to finish above Spurs in the league this season the Mirror reports, and that is not yet guaranteed.