Tottenham may sign replacement for Hugo Lloris for £ 21 million while Daniel Levy’s financial plan is being investigated

Here is all the latest news around Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the morning of March 25th.

Transfer plans

UEFA is making changes to the rules of financial Fair Play, according to reports.

And that could have an impact on the money being spent in the Premier League this summer and on transition periods beyond that.

Daniel Levy and Tottenham will always tailor their rags accordingly, and even if clubs are allowed to spend higher revenues than before, they are unlikely to change their approach to Spurs transfers, as the coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on the club’s finances . understands that the Spurs will enter the summer window needing a sale before they can buy.

Read more here.

Tottenham have decided to replace Lloris

In addition, Tottenham are linked to a move for Lille goalkeeper Mike Maignan.

The Spurs could look for a new guard with uncertainty about Hugo Lloris for the summer, who has just over a year left under his current contract.

Lloris has been at Tottenham since 2012, but the 35-year-old’s contract is due to expire in 2022, meaning he could be unloaded this summer to save a loss on a free transfer.

It seems that the Spurs will not extend his contract at this stage, and that could be the reason why they are allegedly preparing potential replacements for the French international.

L’Equipe’s report Lille star Maignan has been shortlisted, and the 25-year-old is in a very similar situation in Lille, although it is reported that he does not want to extend his contract.

As a result, Lille is reportedly likely to sell him this summer to avoid losing him for free next season, and is said to be asking for € 25 million (£ 21.54 million) for his services.

The report claims that Jose Mourinho’s assistant João Sacramento, who worked as a video analyst in Lille, is very enthusiastic about Maignan, which has led the Spurs to keep control of the stopper.

Read more.

Mourinho’s to-do list

It’s an international break, meaning Spurs boss Jose Mourinho has plenty of time to work on what he’ll be doing when the Premier League returns.

Although, of course, he will have to do it without seeing his players on the field.

In each Tottenham Newsletter, we’ll bring you the latest news, streaming features and comments, as well as key chat points for fans.

You won’t miss anything – you’ll receive all the news about the Spurs in the inbox. We will also send out special newsletters when big stories break or some special event happens.

And with the January transition period now open, there’s a lot of content you can get into.

How do you apply?

It’s easy and only takes seconds. Simply enter your email address in the box at the top of this article – or any article in the Spurs section of – labeled “Get the biggest daily news by email” and click “Subscribe.”

And that’s it, you’re all ready. If you later decide you no longer want to receive email, click the unsubscribe link in the newsletters – but we don’t think you will. Click here for more details.

There is a lot to think about him, and the Spurs picked up the much-needed three points against Aston Villa after the derby in north London against Arsenal and the disastrous exit from the Europa League against Zagreb’s Dinamo.

Son Heung-min’s return to the field after injury is one of the key things to focus on, as is finding his best XI, with problems in the rest of the defense.

Here you can find out what Mourinho needs to work on.