Tottenham Hotspur are not in the market for a new left-back this summer

There were reports in the media that suggested Tottenham Hotspur are scouring the market for bringing a new left-back this summer, however, that does not look the case.

According to Football.London, the Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho is not keen to strengthen in this position this summer. It is said that he is satisfied with Ben Davies and regards other defenders Japhet Tanganga, Ryan Sessegnon, and Dennis Cirkin as good alternatives.

The former Manchester United boss can also avail the services of Danny Rose, although the England international does not look to be in the manager’s plans, and also there is Harvey White who can be used as a left-back.

Recent reports suggested that the London club might be looking to add Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid this summer.

The 23-year-old defender, who was spectacular during his loan spell at Sevilla, is said to be available for around £18 million-£22 million (As per MARCA).

Spurs supporters were happy to hear that they could sign Reguilon but the football.london report claims that the Lilywhites would only consider signing if they could get the player at a bargain fee, like they negotiated a deal for Matt Doherty from Wolves.

It looks that Mourinho’s priority is not to sign another left-back this summer, instead, he might spend their transfer fund to bring a supporting player for Harry Kane in attack.

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Author: Syed Mohsin

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