Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho will not be stopping his squad overhaul with the signings of Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon, a striker and a centre-half are being targeted by the Portuguese.
Bale and Reguilon today flew to London on the same plane to complete their moves to Spurs from Real Madrid.
Mourinho will next turn his attentions to signing a new striker, having failed in an approach for Southampton’s Danny Ings, who Spurs must contain on Sunday.
Saints insisted Ings is not for sale at any price, although Spurs continue to monitor the situation over his contract, which has two years to left to run.
Bas Dost, the experienced Eintracht Frankfurt forward, is also on Mourinho’s radar but target Arkadiusz Milik looks set to join Roma from Napoli.
Spurs are also in the market for a centre-half, with Benfica’s Ruben Dias among Mourinho’s preferred options.
The Spurs manager is conscious that he will have to start trimming the fat from his squad and Danny Rose, Juan Foyth, Paulo Gazzaniga and Serge Aurier could all leave the club on permanent deals before the end of the month, while Ryan Sessegnon could go on loan.
Dele Alli is another player with an uncertain future after he was left out of the squad for last night’s match in Bulgaria.