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£95 million Transfer update: Fabrizio Romano provides a Tottenham transfer update on the £95 million duo

To make up for the sale of Harry Kane at Hotspur Way this summer, Tottenham Hotspur is looking to add a striker to their roster.

Ange Postecoglou, manager of Tottenham Hotspur
Gift Orban of Gent and Jonathan David of Lille are appreciated by Tottenham Hotspur at Hotspur Way, according to transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, who gives GIVEMESPORT an exclusive update on the discussions for the two players.

Spurs head coach Ange Postecoglou hopes to welcome a fresh centre-forward addition to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before the window’s deadline next week.

Transfer rumors for Tottenham Jon David and Gift Orban
After selling club-record scorer Harry Kane to Bayern Munich for £100 million this summer, Tottenham is looking to add a striker.

Richarlison is being used by Spurs as the center of their assault right now, but they could look to the market to improve their numbers in the final third.

In order to break the Belgian Pro League’s record sale price this summer, Gent reportedly needs to receive between £30m and £40m.

The same source adds that Fulham, who just traded Aleksandar Mitrovic to Saudi Pro League team Al-Hilal, is also interested in signing the Nigerian striker this summer.

Orban, who Gent acquired from Staebek in January, has a contract that lasts through the summer of 2027, indicating they are not under any obligation to sell their prized asset.

Rudy Galetti, an Italian journalist, has revealed to GIVEMESPORT that Lille had set the price for David at about £55 million.

The 23-year-old would be interested in joining Tottenham this season, according to reporter Ben Jacobs, who was speaking on the Last Word on Spurs podcast.

David is still a fascinating person. If we’re talking about fees, that’s a pretty big fee—around €60 million to €65 million [£50 million to £55 million]—but David is eager to transfer.

“This is a fascinating one because [he was] the only name under [Fabio] Paratici that Tottenham was genuinely considering if Kane went when they first got wind, perhaps around March or April, that the Kane scenario might be moving against them.

“David was the sole name they initially proposed, but it was while Conte and Paratici were still in office. Postecoglou will once more make a statement.

Romano also asserts that Tottenham are interested in Orban and David, but “there is still no concrete negotiation.”

Tottenham Hotspur’s summer signings Fee
Dejan Kulusevski (Juventus) – loan to permanent £25.6m
James Maddison (Leicester City) £40m
Guglielmo Vicario (Empoli) £17.2m
Manor Solomon Free
Pedro Porro (Sporting CP) £39m
Micky van de Ven (Wolfsburg) £43m
Ashley Phillips (Blackburn) Undisclosed
All transfer fees via Sky Sports

What has Romano stated on the pursuit of Orban and David by Tottenham?
Romano responded to GIVEMESPORT’s inquiry on whether Orban and David are candidates to join Tottenham: “Yes, both players are valued, but for both players at this time, as we speak, there is still no formal negotiation.

They had some connections on the player’s side for Orban. Orban is enthusiastic about a prospective move to Premier League football and a significant club like Tottenham, so they pursued the player and made good contacts. However, there is yet no official bid.

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Jonathan David Career Stats
Appearances 221
Minutes 15,875
Goals 96
Assists 24

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What will Tottenham do next?
Before the transfer deadline on Friday, Tottenham has a number of players on the roster, and manager Ange Postecoglou is hopeful that chairman Daniel Levy would help him make additions.

Dean Jones, a transfer insider, recently stated to GIVEMESPORT that the midfield for Spurs “has scope to change,” implying that the inclusion of players would be appreciated.

However, Jones believes that Brennan Johnson’s £50 million price tag makes a transfer for the Nottingham Forest star difficult.

Ivan Toney, a striker for Brentford, has been the subject of internal Lilywhites consideration, according to the same reporter, who also told GMS.

The one-cap England striker is now serving an eight-month suspension for breaking the FA’s betting regulations, so a trade might not happen until January.

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