Tottenham Hotspur are closing in on Everton's Richarlison and FC Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet.
According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Spurs have agreed on personal terms with Richarlison and are now in discussions with Toffees over the transfer fee and the structure of the deal.
Richarlison emerged as a top target for the North Londoners following a productive 2021/22 campaign, during which he racked up ten goals and five assists in the Premier League with the player keen on playing in the Champions League.
According to reports, fellow Premier League rivals Chelsea were also said to be in the race, but the Lilywhites have managed to jump the queue; the Blues are said to have turned their attention now on Raheem Sterling of Manchester City and Raphinha of Leeds United.
With the Richarlison deal almost done, Spurs are working to find an agreement with Barcelona over a loan move for Lenglet.
Talks are said to be in the final stages between both the clubs and Conte is said to have approved the move as he looks for a left center-back after learning that his top target Alessandro Bastoni wouldn’t be leaving Inter Milan this summer.
Should the duo sign in the coming days, they will be joining Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster and Yves Bissouma who were the first players to be signed by the club this summer.