While Tottenham may not have a manager right now, that hasn’t stopped Daniel Levy from doing some transfer deals.
With all the talks that Harry Kane could leave Spurs this summer, there have been a number of rumours regarding other forwards coming in, and one could be on the verge of happening.
That’s according to Mohamed Bouhafsi, who reveals on Wednesday afternoon that Marcus Thuram, currently at Borussia Mönchengladbach, is ‘in talks with Tottenham’.
In fact, the France international is a ‘priority’ of the north London side, and it’s state he is ‘expected to leave’ the Bundesliga club this summer.
Info @RMCsport Marcus #Thuram devrait quitter le Borussia Monchengladbach lors de ce mercato. Le joueur est en discussion avec #Tottenham. C’est une priorité du club. Des sources proches du club anglais expliquent que les discussions se sont avancées ces derniers jours.
— Mohamed Bouhafsi (@mohamedbouhafsi) June 9, 2021
On top of that, the RMC Sport journalist states that ‘sources close to the English club have explained that talks moved forward over the past few days’.
There’s no fees mentioned just yet, but it appears that Levy is about to pull off the first deal of Spurs’ new era without a manager at the helm.