Tottenham are hoping to secure the services of Schalke striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar in a cut-price deal in January after agreeing to meet the Bundesliga club's £3m valuation. (Metro)
Spurs are preparing to sell Roberto Soldado for around £15m when the transfer window reopens, and are hoping to make a tidy profit by landing the prolific 31-year-old as his replacement.
Liverpool and Arsenal have also been linked with the journeyman marksman, but Pochettino is confident of convincing Huntelaar to join Tottenham with the offer of more regular first-team football.
Inter Milan are the most likely club to sign Spurs flop Soldado, meaning Huntelaar's only competition for a starting role in 2015 will be from Emmanuel Adebayor - another player that has failed to deliver so far this season.
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Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby is set to make his loan move to Hamburg permanent after the Bundesliga outfit reached agreement over a £5 million deal. (Bild)
Mauricio Pochettino allowed the 24-year-old to leave White Hart Lane - initially on a temporary deal - after falling down the first-team pecking order, but his return to Germany is now going to be extended.
Seattle Sounders defender DeAndre Yedlin has revealed he could move to Tottenham as soon as January - if he is able to get a Latvian passport. (London Evening Standard)
The 21-year-old had been expected to remain in the MLS for another year after agreeing to sign for Spurs during the summer. However, Mauricio Pochettino might look to accelerate the USA international's prospective transfer amid concerns over the fitness of existing right-backs Kyle Walker and Kyle Naughton.
Mousa Dembele insists the Tottenham players are still adapting to life under Mauricio Pochettino, but says that the club can aim for the Premier League top four once they reach top level. (Daily Star)
The Belgium international has high hopes for Spurs in 2014/15, despite a modest start to the campaign under the guidance of a new manager.
Tottenham have been dealt a blow in their alleged pursuit of Wilfried Bony after news emerged that the Swansea striker is ready to sign a new contract at the Liberty Stadium. (Daily Express)
The Ivory Coast international enjoyed an impressive breakthrough campaign in the Premier League, and is set to be rewarded for his impressive form with a lucrative new deal.