Tottenham news: Conte struggling for transfer with Real Madrid and PSG while Paratici plans dream window

Here’s your Tottenham morning recap on Saturday 28 May.

Richardison’s interest

According to the Daily Mail, Tottenham are interested in taking over the services of Everton striker Richarlison this summer. The report claims that the 25-year-old has also courted interest from Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.

He has just two years left on his current contract at Goodison Park and given the Toffees’ well-documented financial situation, Everton might be inclined to cash in. The report adds that it is likely Richarlison would consider a move from Frank Lampard’s side this summer, with interest from some of Europe’s top sides.

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Gollini thinks about the future

With the transfer window approaching, Tottenham must make a decision on Pierluigi Gollini’s future at Spurs. However, the Lilywhites appear very close to signing Fraser Forster on a free transfer.

In the Italian’s most recent interview, he didn’t seem to give a definitive answer on what he’s hoping for in the transfer window. “To tell you the truth, I would stay at Tottenham if I could,” admitted the 27-year-old goalkeeper.

“I’m doing very well here, I’m very attached to this group and the club. If they decide to keep me, I’ll be happy to stay. We’ve split up, I’d like to go back to Italy. I love my home, Serie A . Now I don’t know anything.”

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Conte and Paratici transfer meeting

Antonio Conte and Fabio Paratici should have met in Italy yesterday (Friday) to discuss Tottenham’s transfer plans for this summer and next season. understands. The Spurs head coach enjoyed some family time after ending a Premier League season in which he guided the club to fourth place in the table and provided Champions League football for next season.

News broke soon after that Tottenham owner ENIC had raised £150million to pump into the club, with the bulk of that expected to be used to build a much stronger squad for next season. understands Spurs chief executive Paratici has flown to Italy to speak with Conte in Turin about how the two can put together a squad that will allow the club to compete in both the Premier League and Champions League to compete hard.

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