Transfer update: Dybala fee agreed, £25m winger set to join, Eriksen to Man Utd, Arsenal beat Spurs to Coutinho

Tottenham look like they will be very busy in the final hours of this summer’s transfer window. There are numerous deals waiting to go through and it seems that each deal could impact the next. Below, we take a look at all the latest reports.

Tottenham are expected to seal a £25million deal for Fulham full back and winger, Ryan Sessegnon. The 19-year-old is very highly rated but with just one year left on his current deal, Spurs have managed to secure his signing for a modest price in the current market climate. The news comes from various sources including the reliable Evening Standard.

It seemed that Tottenham may be signing Coutinho on loan from Barcelona, for a few hours at least. The latest reports now suggest that Arsenal will be the club from North London to bring him in temporarily.

Elsewhere it looks like Paulo Dybala may be the clubs top target. Spurs are said to have agreed a €70million fee for the player, but the hard work is set to start now – convincing the Argentinean to come to Spurs.

Manchester United publicly walked away from a deal after failing to agree terms with the player and Tottenham will probably have to rely on manager Mauricio Pochettino if they are to do any better in negotiations. A forward once described as ‘the best in the world’ by Tottenham boss Pochettino, the 25-year-old is certainly one of the most aesthetically pleasing forwards in Europe, Spurs must complete this deal, if at all possible.

The price tag, for someone of his quality is again good value comparatively to some other deals happening right now.

But Manchester United could be set to get their own back on Spurs, should the London club manage to seal a deal for Dybala, as Eriksen could be on his way to Manchester. £50million would be a decent amount to recoup for the Danish international, who has just one year remaining on his current deal. The Independent are one of a number of sources to suggest that negotiations are well under way.