Tottenham Hotspur transfer news: Georges-Kevin N’Koudou, Mauro Icardi, Jonas Hector and more summer targets

Who could be heading to White Hart Lane before the end of the window?

James Mariner
Saturday 23 July 2016 16:04

As Mauricio Pochettino prepares his side for a first Champions League challenge in six years, he has begun bolstering his squad ahead of the new campaign.

Victor Wanyama has followed Pochettino from Southampton to strengthen the midfield, while Vincent Janssen has arrived from the Dutch league to aid Tottenham's attacking options.

The north London side have been linked with a number of other players, with further arrivals expected before the closure of the transfer window at the end of next month.

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou is close to completing a move from Marseilles, while Spurs have also been linked with a number of defenders.

Pochettino's stock remains high at White Hart Lane, having followed a League Cup final in his first season at the club with a sustained title challenge last season, before they tumbled to third on the final day.

Another title challenge has been spoken off by supporters, although with new managers awakening things at Chelsea and both Manchester clubs, Spurs could find repeating last year's heroics a challenge.

So who are Spurs targeting and how will their squad shape up come the start of the Champions League in September? Take a look at the gallery above to see which players they have been linked with.

Who would you like to see arrive at White Hart Lane? Let us know in the comments section below

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