Paulo Dybala, Wilfried Zaha and 4 players Tottenham are tipped to sign in summer transfer window

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The transfer window is about to open and speculation is mounting as to who could be in for a summer switch.

Tottenham Hotspur are currently seventh in the Premier League heading into Sunday’s game with Wolves, and do still have a shot at qualifying for European football next season.

However, having started the season so well under Jose Mourinho, it’s fair to say that this campaign really hasn’t gone to plan, and with the Portuguese manager no longer in the picture, the upcoming window could prove to be Spurs’ most important to date, especially if they end up selling their most prized asset, Harry Kane.

We have taken a look at the players tipped to join the club, according to bookies Sky Bet.

Ben White

The Brighton defender’s form has continued since his successful loan spell with Leeds United and he has been a consistent figure in Graham Potter’s line-up.

He’s known as a ball-playing centre-back with good technical ability, and should Potter be considered for the vacant manager’s role, White could be persuaded to make the same switch.

Tottenham are currently second-favourites for his signature at 6/1, with ex-boss Mauricio Pochettino and his new club PSG rumoured to be interested in his services.

Danny Ings

Ings’ quality as a goalscorer has been known for a long while now, but his production over the last two campaigns, in particular, has been fantastic, and with Tottenham potentially looking for another striker – regardless of whether Kane leaves – he could be the perfect fit.

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The issue with Ings is you never know how long you’re going to have him available, as he’s been riddled with injury problems throughout his career.

Spurs do face competition for his signature. With club-record goalscorer Sergio Aguero leaving Manchester City when his contract expires, they too are in the hunt for a striker and are as short as 5/2 in the market, whereas a move to north London is 6/1.

Marcel Sabitzer

One player Spurs have on their radar is Marcel Sabitzer.

The Austrian international wants to leave RB Leipzig this summer and to increase speculation about his future, their CEO, Oliver Mintzlaff, confirmed that their future transfer business hinges on further player sales.

At 3/1, Spurs are the favourites for his signature, but they face competition from Premier League rival, Manchester United.

Nick Pope

Hugo Lloris will enter the final year of his contract at Tottenham this summer but the prospect of him leaving the club remains slim.

Still, with number two Joe Hart only a back-up this season, and Lloris’ long-term future in question, a move for Pope makes sense.

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However, understands that his price tag is north of £35million, and with him turning 29 next month, the Burnley goalkeeper does not fit the Tottenham transfer profile of buying younger players who retain their value.

Nevertheless, the bookies still have that transfer as short as 11/8 on the market.

Paulo Dybala

It was the big transfer Spurs fans wanted that unfortunately never happened.

Signing Dybala promised to be a huge statement of intent from the Spurs board, but a deal never materialised, and now nearly two years on, this transfer looks less and less likely.

7/1 may seem like good odds for something that did nearly happen in the past, but it would be an unlikely win if you did opt to have a flutter.

Wilfried Zaha

Zaha has been looking to move away from Crystal Palace for some time, that’s no secret.

But it’s also known that he is a supporter of Spurs’ biggest rivals, Arsenal, and has been strongly linked with the Gunners in the past.

Either move to north London would be an upgrade for Zaha, but Palace’s reluctance to sell their best player could again halt any potential move.

Both clubs are priced at 5/1.

*All odds correct at the time of writing

Source by Football London

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