Tottenham receive bids for £24.6m pair as fourth Postecoglou signing set to be unveiled

Will Ford
Tottenham defender Davinson Sanchez passes the ball

Tottenham have reportedly received bids for both Davinson Sanchez and Giovani Lo Celso, while the fourth signing of the Ange Postecoglou era is set to be unveiled.

Spurs have already secured the signings of James Maddison from Leicester for £40m and Guglielmo Vicario for £17.2m, while Dejan Kulusevski’s loan move from Juventus was made permanent for £25.5m.

But they are also looking to move players on this summer and Sanchez and Lo Celso could soon follow Harry Winks – who’s moved to Leicester for around £10m – out of the club.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Galatasaray want Sanchez.

He tweeted: ‘Galatasaray have sent verbal proposal to Tottenham for Davinson Sánchez — confirmed. #Galatasaray Understand proposal is around €9m fee but Sánchez also has 2/3 more clubs now keen on signing him. Spurs are prepared to let him leave, up to the player.’

But the Turkish club look set to fall short with their opening bid, as Spurs reportedly want €15m (£12.7m) for the Colombia international.

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And Romano also claims Lo Celso – who thrived on loan at Villarreal last season and is valued by Transfermarkt at €14m (£11.9m) – is the subject of interest from Real Betis among others.

He added: ‘Understand Tottenham have been approached also by Real Betis for Giovani Lo Celso. #THFC There are 2/3 clubs in the race for Lo Celso but Betis are keen on opening talks in the next weeks, Spurs are aware of that.’

That’s two potential departures from Spurs while Manor Solomon is set to be unveiled as Postecoglou’s fourth summer signing.

Romano said: ‘Documents are signed, contract sealed, medical done on Monday as expected. Manor Solomon will be unveiled as new Tottenham player later today.’

The Israel international is set to sign a five-year deal at Spurs, who beat off competition from Barcelona, Arsenal and RB Leipzig to land the 23-year-old from Shakhtar Donetsk on a free transfer.

The Athletic reported that London’s Jewish community was a plus for Solomon, with Tottenham’s following in Israel key to getting the deal done.