Tottenham remain in talks with PSV Eindhoven and AC Milan over deals for Steven Bergwijn and Krzysztof Piatek respectively, according to reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Piatek has been mentioned as a possible target ever since Harry Kane ruptured a tendon in his left hamstring at the beginning of the month. Talk of a move for the Polish striker had gone quiet but it now appears to have re-emerged.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 27, 2020
Romano, who is one of the media’s most trusted voices when it comes to transfers, claims Spurs are ‘still in talks’ with Milan over Piatek, though it’s unclear if the clubs are close to agreeing a fee.
A deal for Bergwijn seems to be a bit further down the line. The winger posted a video from London in which he denied refusing to play for PSV over the weekend – he was left out of the squad to play to FC Twente on Sunday.
Reports – including a story from the Athletic – have claimed Tottenham are closing in on Bergwijn’s signature, and Romano believes the Londoners are in talks with PSV ‘right now’. It looks like it could be a busy week in north London.