Swansea are looking to sign two Tottenham players by the end of the January transfer window, with Garry Monk looking to capture Kyle Naughton and permanently, Tom Carroll.
Sky Source believe that Tottenham and Swansea have agreed a fee of £5m for right-back Kyle Naughton, after some tough negotiating with Daniel Levy. The deal could go through by the end of the week.
Spurs have three right-backs at the club and are willing to cash-in on Naughton, and use Eric Dier as their third choice right-back should both Kyle Walker and DeAndre Yedlin get injured.
Following on from the Naughton deal, Swansea want to make Tom Carroll a Swansea player on a permanent basis. The young Englishman is currently at the Welsh club on loan for this season, but Garry Monk is keen to sign the midfielder permanently.
Tottenham want £5m for Carroll, the same fee that was agreed for Kyle Naughton. Swansea have lots of money to spend as a result of the sale of Wilfred Bony, and could spend £10m in total for the pair.