Tottenham Hotspur will reportedly delay making a move for any of their transfer targets until after the Champions League final as they do not want any distractions.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly blocked all transfer talk until after next month’s Champions League final clash with Liverpool.
The transfer window opened for domestic deals on Friday, while moves involving players from foreign clubs must wait until the middle of June.
Spurs are expected to be busy during the summer window, with the likes of Julian Brandt, Wilfried Zaha and Ryan Sessegnon all rumoured to be on Mauricio Pochettino‘s list of targets.
Christian Eriksen, Kieran Trippier and Toby Alderweireld are among those to have been tipped with the exit, meanwhile.
According to the Evening Standard, however, Pochettino does not want uncertainty over the futures of his first-team stars to distract them ahead of the biggest game of their lives against Liverpool in two weeks’ time.
Spurs will therefore delay bids for their top transfer targets until after the match, it is claimed, even if it means potentially missing out on certain players.
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