Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News: Dele Alli and Matt Doherty Could Leave Spurs in January

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Tottenham Hotspur transfer news is heating up ahead of the January transfer window with the club looking to offload Dele Alli and Matt Doherty, according to The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke and Charlie Eccleshare.

Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News: Dele Alli and Matt Doherty May Leave Spurs

Spurs Duo Could Depart to Bring in New Faces

Spurs have a great record in past January transfer windows and will be looking to capitalise on that next month with Antonio Conte looking to bring in some fresh faces to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The report suggests that the Italian is looking to bring in a new right-wing-back and striker. As a result, the future of former Wolves defender Matt Doherty looks in doubt.

The 29-year-old has only featured nine times for Tottenham this season and has managed just 183 minutes of action under Conte.

With the future of Alli uncertain, despite a failed transfer away to Paris Saint-Germain last summer, a move could be rekindled next month despite improved performances.

The report suggests that Wolves’ midfielder Adama Traore could be an option, having also expressed an interest in the Spaniard last summer.

Tottenham Hotspur Transfer News: Other Options

Another possible option could be Juventus midfielder, Weston McKennie. The 23-year-old only joined the Old Lady from Schalke earlier in the year but Spurs’ Director of Football Fabio Paratici has links with the USA international.

The report suggests that Franck Kessie from AC Milan or Marcelo Brozovic from Inter Milan could also be targets but the club are more likely to move for the duo in the summer.

Anthony Martial is another option for Spurs. The forward wants to leave Manchester United and the North London club have tried to sign him in the past. The Frenchman would fit in the style that Conte adapts but it seems unlikely that the Red Devils would sell to a top-four rival.

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