Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur are currently set to be on the right track under their new boss Nuno Espirito, with 2 back to back premier League opening games against two big clubs, including Manchester city and Wolverhampton Wanderers.But the main center of attraction is the transfer speculations of, Adama Traore and Arsenal's long time target Houssem.With the Gunners still not giving up on the deadline deal for Barcelona Star Player Philipe Coutinho, the Londoners have been dealt with a big blow as Tottenham Hotspur final make a bid for their Lyon Linked-Player, Houssem Aouar.
According to Sky sports and sports specialist Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham Hotspur have held talks with Aouar representatives and he is likely to join before the end of the summer transfer window.Aouar is likely to join together with Wolves biggest man Adama Traore, who is also closing on a second reunion with Nuno Espirito, but this time at Tottenham Hotspur.
The Spaniard has raised many eyebrows with his recent speculations, since they all target big players,but with only seven days remaining for the closing of the summer transfer window, let's wait and see what will happen.
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