Tottenham linked with bold late move for £52m star as Bryan Gil transfer decision made

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All the latest Tottenham transfer news and rumours as Antonio Conte looks to perfect his squad ahead of the deadline.

Tottenham suffered a setback on Wedesday night amid their fine start to the season.

Spurs have been solid so far this season, yet to lose in the Premier League, but they could only manage a draw against West Ham United on Wednesday.

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Tottenham are now four points behind leaders Arsenal, but there is plenty of time to make up ground in what should be an exciting title race.

It has been a busy summer for Spurs, but they could yet add to their squad further, with just a little time remaining in the window.

As Thursday night’s deadline approaches, we have rounded up all the latest transfer news and rumours concerning Antonio Conte’s men.

Carrasco links

Tottenham are being linked with a move for Atletico Madrid star Yannick Carrasco ahead of the deadline.

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According to Reuters, Spurs are in with a chance of landing the forward, with Atleti reportedly concerned about losing the Belgian.

Carrasco is said to have a release clause as high as £52million, and that could put Tottenham off, but Atletico could find themselves in a tricky position if the player demands an exit.

This could be one to keep an eye on ahead of the deadline.

Gil exit blocked

Tottenham are said to be blocking Bryan Gil’s exit to Valencia.

The young Spaniard spent part of last season on loan with Los Ché, who were said to be interested in bringing him back this term.

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But according to Diario AS, Tottenham are not willing to sanction a deal for the youngster, not wanting to ‘give up’ on the player.

Valencia have been left short as a result, but Gil looks like he may get a chance to win over Conte, initially arriving as part of a swap deal for Erik Lamela just over a year ago.

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