Check out here the Tottenham transfer news and rumors for the summer transfer window 2022. Summer Transfer Window for 2022 is starting from 10th june and will close on 1st september.
Spurs in talks for Inter defender Bastoni
Tottenham are in talks with Inter Milan to sign central defender Alessandro Bastoni.
Boss Antonio Conte and sporting director Fabio Paratici are keen to get as much of their transfer business done ahead of pre-season.
Bastoni played under Conte when Inter won the Serie A title in 2020/2021.
Alessandro Bastoni told Rai Sport: "I have two years of my contract with Inter, so I am relaxed. The club hasn't told me anything. I am just waiting to go on vacation after this and then start pre-season with Inter".
Kane 'ready to sign' new Spurs deal
Harry Kane is reportedly willing to sign a new contract at Tottenham.
The England captain pushed to join Manchester City last summer and is understood to have turned down a contract extension shortly after reluctantly conceding that he would be staying at Spurs.
But the Evening Standard claim Kane is now pleased by Spurs' progress under Antonio Conte and increasingly hopeful he can fulfil his ambitions of winning a trophy with his boyhood club next season.
Kane is yet to hold talks with the club, with two years to run on his current deal, and has been focussed on securing Champions League qualification.
'Spurs clearly backing Conte this summer'
Sky Sports News reporter Paul Gilmour:
"Following the news that Tottenham have put in £150m of equity funds into the club, the club are clearly backing Antonio Conte in the transfer market this summer.
"They will target several positions including goalkeeper, centre back, wing-back, central midfielder and a striker. As many as six or seven players could arrive. They will need to find the right balance with homegrown players. There is currently an imbalance in this area.
"Conte wants more depth in the squad, and he also wants to add experienced players, a shift from recent times when Spurs targeted younger players.
"There are some at the club who feel it's inaccurate they didn't spend in the past but there is an acknowledgement they didn't always get recruitment right.
"Fabio Paratici can do no wrong at the club currently. Additions of Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski have given belief that they are finally getting it right in this area.
"Extensive homework is being carried out on player ability and character. Spurs recently rejected the chance to sign one talented Premier League player because their research highlighted concerns he could be a disruptive influence."
Lloris: Spurs must make 'right decisions'
Spurs captain Hugo Lloris has told Sky Sports the club must make the "right decisions" this summer if they are to improve next season.
Tottenham qualified for the Champions League after finishing fourth under head coach Antonio Conte, but the Frenchman believes there is "plenty" of improvement if they are to compete for honours next season.
He said: "We need to enjoy this achievement, but there's still plenty of things to do.
"I think there is still a gap for improvement and obviously with the help of the players, the help of the club with the right decisions, the help of the crowd and the help of our manager and coaching staff we can become better and stronger, and ready to compete next season.
"It's a great satisfaction and next season we have to come stronger with more ambition and be ready to compete for everything."
Who have Tottenham been linked with?
Alessandro Bastoni - Spurs are in talks with Inter Milan to sign central defender Bastoni (Sky Sports News, June 7); Tottenham's hopes of signing Alessandro Bastoni have been given a boost by his representative (Sunday Times, June 5); Bastoni's move to Tottenham is at a standstill as the defender attempts to balance his desire to stay with Inter Milan against wanting a reunion with his former coach Antonio Conte (Daily Express, June 4); Tottenham have been told they will need to find £54m to sign Inter Milan defender Bastoni (Daily Express, June 1).
Christian Eriksen - A leaked image has revealed Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are among several clubs with scouts watching Monday's UEFA Nations League match between Austria and Denmark. Both United and Tottenham have been credited with an interest in Christian Eriksen ahead of the summer transfer window (Daily Express, June 7).
Raheem Sterling - Sterling is considering allowing his contract to run down and leave Manchester City on a free transfer next summer rather than join Tottenham or Arsenal for a fee (Sunday Mirror, June 5).
Paulo Dybala - Tottenham will turn down the chance to sign Juventus forward Dybala after he demanded a weekly wage of £280,000 to join on a free transfer when his contract expires this summer (Daily Mail, June 4).
Gleison Bremer - Tottenham will turn their attentions back to Torino's Bremer, recently named Serie A Defender of the Year, if they are unable to secure a deal for Inter Milan's Alessandro Bastoni (Daily Mail, June 3).
Milan Skriniar - Manchester United and Tottenham have been dealt a huge blow after Skriniar committed his future to Inter Milan as he outlined his career plan (Daily Express, June 2).
Filip Kostic - Tottenham's signing of Ivan Perisic will not stop them going after Eintracht Frankfurt wing-back Kostic (The Times, June 1).
Richarlison - Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are interested in Everton forward Richarlison, who has admitted he is considering his future on Merseyside (Daily Mail, May 31); The Everton forward is facing an uncertain future ahead of a potential Goodison Park exit this summer with Tottenham, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain interested in the Brazilian (Daily Mail, May 27); Tottenham could make a triple swoop on Everton this summer, with Antonio Conte reported to be interested in Richarlison, Ben Godfrey and Anthony Gordon (The Sun, May 13).
Nordi Mukiele - Tottenham are one of a number of clubs keeping tabs on right-back Mukiele, who has already decided to leave RB Leipzig this summer (Sunday Mirror, May 29).
Djed Spence - Tottenham will fight Nottingham Forest for the signature of £15m-rated Middlesbrough wing-back Spence (Daily Telegraph, June 1); Tottenham are set to pip Arsenal to Spence (The Sun, May 28).
Malcolm Ebiowei - Derby starlet Ebiowei is at the centre of a four-way battle between Manchester United, Newcastle, Tottenham and Crystal Palace as he edges closer to a decision on his future (Daily Mail, May 27).
Sam Johnstone - Johnstone is being tracked by five Premier League sides - Tottenham, Newcastle, West Ham, Leicester and Brighton - ahead of his West Brom contract expiring next month (The Sun, May 20).
John McGinn - Aston Villa and Scotland midfielder John McGinn is on a shortlist of transfer targets drawn up by Tottenham (Daily Telegraph, May 19).
Martin Terrier - Tottenham have reportedly sent a proposal to Rennes forward Martin Terrier as Antonio Conte eyes prolific back-up for talisman Harry Kane (Daily Express, May 18).
Konrad Laimer - Arsenal and Tottenham are claimed to have 'made checks' on RB Leipzig midfielder Konrad Laimer (Daily Express, May 12).
The latest players linked with a Tottenham exit
Steven Bergwijn - Bergwijn has admitted he wants to leave Tottenham this summer, with a move to Dutch giants Ajax on the cards (The Sun, June 6); Ajax are set to increase their bid for Spurs forward Bergwijn by offering £18m for the Dutch international this week (Sunday Mirror, June 5); Tottenham have rejected a £17m offer from Ajax for winger Bergwijn (Daily Mail, June 4); Ivan Perisic's arrival at Tottenham could spell the end of Bergwijn's time in north London, although a move to Ajax could now be off the cards with admirer Erik ten Hag having left for Manchester United (Daily Express, May 30).
Harry Kane - Harry Kane is reportedly willing to sign a new contract at Tottenham (Evening Standard, May 26); Tottenham and England legend Teddy Sheringham expects "top professional" Harry Kane to stay put this summer ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (The Sun, May 18).
Jack Clarke - Sunderland want to re-sign Tottenham youngster Clarke after his successful loan spell on Wearside (Daily Mirror, June 2).
Cameron Carter-Vickers - The USA defender is waiting on Celtic and Tottenham to strike a deal over his long-term future after agreeing personal terms with the Premiership champions over a permanent deal (Daily Record, June 2).
Harry Winks - Sevilla are plotting a £20m move for Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks after he was told he would not figure in Antonio Conte's first-team plans (The Sun, May 31). Tottenham have placed a £25m valuation on midfielder Winks, with the England international set to leave this summer (Daily Mail, May 27).
What is the latest on Conte's future?
Antonio Conte is preparing for next season at Tottenham after talks with managing director of football Fabio Paratici on Friday. Conte has been told the club aim to sign at least six or seven players, as Spurs look to back the Italian in the transfer market (Sky Sports News, May 27).
Confirmed Tottenham signings
Ivan Perisic - Inter Milan, free
Fraser Forster - Southampton, free