CHRISTIAN Eriksen has arrived in Milan to finalise his move to Inter.
But Spurs fans could finally see some incomings with Steven Bergwijn reportedly in London and a bid launched for Emre Can.
Follow all the latest updates and transfer gossip below…
Here is the moment Christian Eriksen touched down in Milan.
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Tottenham have announced ticket prices for their FA Cup fourth round replay against Southampton.
Tickets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will cost £25 for adults, £20 for over-65s, £20 for young adults and £15 for under-18s.
Son Heung-min gave Spurs the lead at St Mary's, but a late strike from Sofiane Boufal saw Spurs condemned to a replay.
BANG ON TREND
Here are our top performing Spurs stories that fans are getting stuck into in their droves.
- Christian Eriksen lands in Milan to finally complete transfer to Inter after clubs agree £17m fee
- Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham all in £25m transfer battle for Emre Can but face dilemma over Juventus flop's £260k a week wages
- Chelsea have chance to hijack Tottenham's Piatek transfer after being offered £25m AC Milan transfer
WIJN-ED and DINED
Steven Bergwijn has moved a step closer to a move to Tottenham after travelling to London.
The Evening standard report that the winger is in the capital today as Spurs continue negotiations with PSV to complete the deal.
Jose Mourinho and Daniel Levy are said to be confident of meeting the Dutch side's £27m asking price but negotiations over how the deal will be structured are ongoing.
BE LIKE BRYANT
Jose Mourinho has urged his Tottenham players to follow “serial winner” Kobe Bryant's example.
When the Portuguese joined the North London club back in November, he read a quote from the NBA icon, who was killed in a helicopter crash yesterday.
Mourinho said: “I read one quote from Kobe Bryant…
“And if you have to speak about some examples of professionalism and serial winners, Kobe is a great example in his sport and in the world of sport.
“He says: ‘People say that I’m difficult but I’m only difficult for the ones that don’t share my principles.’”
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