Tottenham transfer news and rumours: Summer transfer window 2023 | Transfer Centre News

Transfer news, rumours and gossip from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium from the 2023 summer transfer window; the window will start on Saturday June 10 and end on Friday September 1

With the 2023 summer transfer window set to open, we round up the latest news, potential deals and some of the players linked with moves in and out of Tottenham…

What is the latest on Tottenham’s managerial search?

Tottenham have been encouraged they can persuade Julian Nagelsmann to take charge next season after recent talks, according to The Times.

The German is one of the club’s favoured managerial options and they spoke to his representative before he pulled out of the running to become Chelsea’s manager.

Nagelsmann, 35, has been weighing up his options, as a number of big clubs could change coaches this summer, including Real Madrid.

He was sacked by Bayern Munich in March but is on their payroll until he joins another club as his contract runs until 2026.

Kane: Europa Conference League chance to end trophy drought

Harry Kane has insisted Tottenham should view the Europa Conference League as a chance to end the club’s trophy drought if they are involved in the competition next season.

Spurs remain in the hunt for European football after Saturday’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace where Kane’s first-half header helped move them up to sixth in the Premier League.

Brighton, in seventh, are still favourites for Europa League qualification given they have three games in hand and are only two points off Tottenham.

A top-seven finish and therefore at least a Europa Conference League spot could be guaranteed for Spurs with victory at eighth-placed Aston Villa on Saturday but some fans have recently debated whether Europe’s third-tier tournament would be an inconvenience.

The England captain disagrees and despite uncertainty over his future, Tottenham have no intention of selling the forward this summer, which means he could play in the Europa Conference League next season.

“We’ve got three games left, a big game against Villa next week away,” Kane said.

“Obviously Brighton have a few games in hand on us. If we can come away from this season with European football, that’s a small prize at the end of a tough season.

“We’ll be fighting for that and fighting in the three games to try to pick up three wins.

“Ultimately I like to play football games no matter what competition it is. That’s what you deserve from where you finish in the season.

“You can’t disrespect any competition that you play in. It’s one of those, if you end up in the Conference League and win it, it’s worth it. If you don’t, then people probably look at it as an inconvenience.

“But when you’ve been at a club where we haven’t won a trophy for 15 years, if we do end up in it, it could be an opportunity to try and put that to bed.”

Hojbjerg: We must do everything to keep Kane

Spurs midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has acknowledged the club must do everything to keep Kane, who enters the final year of his contract this summer.

Hojbjerg said: “Harry is one of those players who will be in the [record] books, in the history for a very long time.

“It is important also for Harry to understand he has a big responsibility and also I think the club has a responsibility to make sure the scenario for him is the best possible.”

Who are Tottenham linked with?

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