Tottenham news: Antonio Conte faces transfer battle as Spurs boss eyes ‘6 signings’

Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte is set to overtake his squad with up to six signings this summer but could face a battle to sign West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone

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Tottenham Hotspur boss Antonio Conte is reportedly looking to bring six new players to the club in the summer transfer window as he seeks to overhaul his current squad.

Conte took charge at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in November last year and has overseen an improvement in Spurs’ fortunes on the pitch as they got into the game Champions League Dispute. But the Spurs boss appears keen to keep pushing for further improvements and he is reportedly wanting the club to be busy in the summer transfer window.

One player who could be targeted is the West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstonealthough the club may face stiff competition for the former Manchester United Player signature. It comes like Chelsea Coach Thomas Tuchel has claimed Antonio Conte’s side didn’t take a ‘huge advantage’.

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Tuchel makes Spurs admission

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has admitted he “feared the worst” when Tottenham Hotspur were eliminated from the Europa Conference League in December.

Antonio Conte’s side failed to make it through the group stage of the competition, which according to Tuchel gave a “major advantage” in the battle to secure Champions League football next season. Speaking of Chelsea First League bind against arsenalHowever, the Blues boss showed his belief that Spurs have failed to capitalize on that advantage.

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The Spurs are facing a transfer battle

everton are said to be poised to rival Tottenham Hotspur for the summer signing of West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone.

The keeper will become a free agent when his contract with The Hawthorns expires this summer. Spurs are said to be interested in signing him as competition for Hugo Lloris. But Everton are afraid of losing their own goalkeeper, England number one Jordan Pickford, after their relegation battle this year and could be ready to make Johnstone an attractive offer.

That means Spurs could have quite a fight ahead of them this summer to land Johnstone while Antonio Conte goes about transforming his squad.

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Conte has six signings in his sights

Antonio Conte is planning a major makeover of his Tottenham Hotspur squad this summer and could make as many as six signings.

Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski have so far been the only additions at the club during Conte’s tenure, although Conte previously said his squad was “weakened” during the January transfer window as four players left the club. But he has since softened his attitude on the subject, after praising both players for their impact since arriving in north London – and it seems the Italian now wants more of the same.

And reports now suggest Spurs could look to bring in a centre-back, right-back, two midfielders, a forward and a backup goalkeeper, and sign Kulusevski on a permanent basis.

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