10.30am Tottenham transfer news LIVE: Gedson Fernandes could join TOMORROW, Bruno Fernandes talks, Piatek LATEST – The Sun

10.30am Tottenham transfer news LIVE: Gedson Fernandes could join TOMORROW, Bruno Fernandes talks, Piatek LATEST – The Sun

DESPITE Daniel Levy's frugal reputation, Tottenham could be ready to splash the cash this transfer window.

Deals for Gedson Fernandes and Krzysztof Piatek could be imminent, while Spurs are also in talks with Man Utd target Bruno Fernandes.

Keep up to date with all the latest Tottenham Hotspur transfer news below…

  • GEDSON FERNANDES will be unveiled by Jose Mourinho tomorrow, according to reports.

    Despite being heavily linked with a move to West Ham already in this transfer window, the Portuguese international will be announced a new signing for Spurs as early as tomorrow, the Mirror claim.

    The 21-year-old will reportedly join Tottenham on an 18 month loan deal.

  • SunSport's Etienne Fermie thinks Jose Mourinho needs to ditch Christian Eriksen and play Giovani Lo Celso.

    Spurs rallied against the runaway leaders Liverpool, but ultimately it was too little too late in North London as Jose Mourinho's side could not quite snatch an equaliser at the death.

    For the second week in a row, Mourinho turned to Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela when his side were in dire need of a goal.

    And again his side improved markedly when he did.

    At Championship side Middlesbrough in the FA Cup, Tottenham were toiling towards an embarrassing 1-0 defeat before the Argentine duo entered the fray.

    When they did, they added energy, dynamism and urgency to what had been a tepid Spurs performance.

  • SUBSTITUTES:ERIK LAMELA (for Danny Rose, 69) – 7

    Battled away as he always does, but couldn’t quite make anything happen. Spurs did improve after he was brought on though.

    GIOVANI LO CELSO (for Christian Eriksen, 69) – 7

    Fantastic tackle to start the counter that lead to Son’s fantastic chance to equalise. Showed passion and energy that Eriksen did not. Should have scored when he got on the end of Aurier’s brilliant cross.


    One player for Spurs that could handle the ferocious pace of the game. An improved performance from the England international, who often seemed to revel in the pressure he was put under by Liverpool’s swarming midfield.


    Looked largely disinterested, with his only noticeable contributions coming when he trotted over to take set-pieces. Booed by some in the stadium when he was finally substituted. Has been a brilliant player for Spurs, it will be sad if this is the lasting memory Spurs fans have of the Dane.


    Drew plenty of fouls from Liverpool’s midfielders. Played largely centrally and looked to spring on the Reds’ defence every time he got the ball. Lashed an early second half chance wide of the near post.


    Wasted a good early shooting opportunity. Was largely deployed on the left-hand side, but was pretty well shackled in the main by Trent Alexander-Arnold. Spurned a sensational second half chance to equalise by ballooning over the bar.

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