Tottenham Hotspur transfer news and rumours

All the latest transfer news and speculation from Tottenham Hotspur football club.

CONFIRMED TRANSFERS IN:

Niko Kranjcar, undisclosed

Sebastien Bassong, undisclosed

Peter Crouch, undisclosed

Kyle Naughton, undisclosed

Kyle Walker, undisclosed

CONFIRMED TRANSFERS OUT:

Kevin Prince Boateng, undisclosed

Pascal Chimbonda, £2m

Andros Townsend, loan

Darren Bent, £10m

Ben Alnwick, loan

Gilberto, released

Chris Gunter, £1.75m

Troy Archibald-Henville, loan

Didier Zokora, undisclosed

Kyle Walker, loan

Simon Dawkins, released

Danny Hutchins, released

David Hutton, released

Ricardo Rocha, released

Jamie O'Hara, loan

SPECULATION:

1 September: Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Croatia midfielder Niko Kranjcar from Portsmouth.

1 September: Martin Petrov will be staying at Manchester City although he wanted to move to Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur, bringing an end to a proposed swap deal involving David Bentley.

1 September: Tottenham's interest in Portsmouth pair Niko Kranjcar and David James was at the centre of a hectic day of negotiations ahead of the transfer window this morning.

1 September: Manchester City are to make a move for Tottenham's David Bentley.

28 August: Tottenham midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng is on his way to Portsmouth as Harry Redknapp began showing the exit door to some of his superfluous stars.

27 August: Tottenham defender Pascal Chimbonda is on the verge of a move to Blackburn after travelling to Lancashire for a medical this afternoon.

27 August: Brazilian side Internacional have rejected a £14m bid from Spurs for the 20-year-old midfielder Sandro.

26 August: Spartak Moscow want Tottenham Hotspur's Russia striker Roman Pavlyuchenko back for a reduced transfer fee, the club said today.

26 August: Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is assessing Honduras defender Osman Chavez.

25 August: Roman Pavlyuchenko is set to feature in Tottenham's Carling Cup clash at Doncaster but has suggested he may need to move to keep his place in Russia's World Cup squad.

25 August: Manchester United are lining up their second transfer deadline raid on Tottenham in 12 months with Luka Modric topping the Old Trafford wish-list.

21 August: Le Havre midfielder Kevin Anin is to undergo a trial with Spurs.

19 August: Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has dismissed reports linking Jermaine Jenas and David Bentley with moves away from White Hart Lane.

18 August: Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits he cannot follow up his interest in David James while he has two goalkeepers at White Hart Lane.

10 August: Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp admits he would welcome Ashley Young in his squad, but expects Aston Villa not to sell the England winger.

10 August: Gareth Bale's agent has admitted the Tottenham left-back is flattered with reports linking him with a move to Milan.

7 August: Tottenham last night bolstered their defence with the signing of Sebastien Bassong from Newcastle.

5 August: Toulouse are expected to demand a huge fee from Tottenham for France youngster Moussa Sissoko. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has looked at Sissoko as well as Patrick Vieira to bolster his midfield and also asked Real Madrid about Lassana Diarra, who has seen Xabi Alonso's arrival add to the competition at the Bernabeu.

5 August: Sunderland have finally landed striker Darren Bent in a club record £10m deal from Tottenham. After days of waiting, patience has finally paid off for Black Cats boss Bruce and Bent, who has signed a four-year contract.

5 August: Sunderland boss Steve Bruce knows patience is the key to finally landing Tottenham striker Darren Bent. An anticipated club record £12m move has dragged on for a number of days, resulting in growing frustration all round.

4 August: Darren Bent's move to Sunderland is expected to go through tomorrow after the striker passed a medical.

4 August: Tottenham have been encouraged by suggestions Newcastle centre-back Sebastien Bassong wants to work with Harry Redknapp at White Hart Lane.

3 August: Darren Bent is close to joining Sunderland after arriving in the north-east for a medical. The striker, who joined Tottenham for £16.5m two years ago, arrived at Sunderland this morning for a medical, Press Association Sport understands.

3 August: Chelsea have warned they are not willing to sell Joe Cole after the England midfielder was linked with a move to Tottenham. Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is a long-time admirer of the former West Ham player, but Chelsea moved swiftly to quash suggestions Cole could leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

3 August: Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp looks set to step up his search for a defender after conceding Jonathan Woodgate and Michael Dawson are unlikely to be fit for the start of the season.

3 August: Sunderland are reportedly preparing a £16m bid for Tottenham duo Michael Dawson and David Bentley.

2 August: Harry Redknapp has rubbished reports that Tottenham have submitted a bid for Newcastle defender Sebastien Bassong, although admitted the defender is a player he is interested in.

31 July: Darren Bent is at the centre of a transfer controversy after comments attributed to him were posted on an internet networking site. The 25-year-old striker has reportedly hit out at Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy as his proposed move to Sunderland drags on.

31 July: The Tottenham Hotspur manager, Harry Redknapp, remains keen to sign the Real Madrid striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar despite adding England striker Peter Crouch to his squad earlier this week.

30 July: Phil Brown has quashed speculation linking Hull with a move for Tottenham's Darren Bent whilst also denying high-rated defender Michael Turner could be heading in the other direction.

30 July: Darren Bent is attracting interest from Aston Villa although Sunderland remain the favourites to sign the England international who is completely out of favour at Tottenham Hotspur.

29 July: Deportivo La Coruna manager Miguel Angel Lotina has been quoted in the Spanish press as declaring an interest in Tottenham Hotspur forward Giovani Dos Santos.

29 July: The future of Darren Bent remains up in the air with Aston Villa and Hull having joined the race for the Tottenham striker last night on the eve of his proposed medical with Sunderland.

28 July: So who's in, who's out – and what will your club do next?

28 July: Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes he now has the right blend of strikers after completing the signing of Peter Crouch, while also confirming that Darren Bent is in talks over a move to Sunderland. Crouch, who has cost Spurs £9m, joins Robbie Keane, Jermain Defoe and Roman Pavlyuchenko at White Hart Lane while Bent is set to end his disappointing spell in north London.

28 July: Talks between Sunderland and Darren Bent are progressing today after the Tottenham striker was given permission to speak to the Black Cats about a potential club-record transfer. The 25-year-old did not travel on Spurs' pre-season trip to China yesterday as, after a deal was clinched for Portsmouth's Peter Crouch, the former Charlton forward was allowed to remain at home to negotiate a move away from White Hart Lane.

27 July: Sunderland manager Steve Bruce is beginning to run out of patience in his attempt to sign striker Darren Bent. With Peter Crouch expected to complete his move to Tottenham this week from Portsmouth, Bent could be heading to Wearside.

27 July: Peter Crouch will have a medical at Tottenham Hotspur today after the club agreed a £12m deal which makes the England striker the club's biggest earner. Spurs have beaten off competition from Fulham to secure the services of Crouch, who will join up with Harry Redknapp for the fourth time in his career after agreeing a four-year deal.

27 July: The Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has admitted he is interested in bringing Tottenham Darren Bent to the Stadium of Light.

27 July: The Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp insists that age is not a concern in his attempt to sign the former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira from Internazionale.

26 July: Portsmouth manager Paul Hart admitted that Crouch was on his way to Tottenham, with Harry Redknapp apparently succeeding in reuniting the striker with his former Pompey partner Jermain Defoe with a bid of around £10m.

22 July: Tottenham have confirmed the signings of defenders Kyle Naughton and Kyle Walker from Sheffield United.

17 July: Tottenham Hotspur have beaten Everton to the signing of both Kyle Naughton and Kyle Walker from Sheffield United.

15 July: North London club court controversy as they seek free transfer of Viera

14 July: Roma striker Mirko Vucinic has ruled out a move to Tottenham, reiterating he hopes to remain with the Italian club.

8 July: Tottenham have agreed a fee with Sevilla for the sale of Didier Zokora to the Primera Division club. A statement on Spurs' website today confirmed the departure of the 28-year-old after three years at White Hart Lane.

5 July: The IoS transfer-merry go-round: a comprehensive list of players linked in the past week to your club; plus those who have signed on the dotted line.

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