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Tottenham could reportedly face competition from various Premier League and European clubs to sign Leicester winger Demarai Gray.
the 24 years, whose contract with Foxes expires at the end of the season, was linked with a move to Spurs during the summer, but ended up staying at the King Power.
However, the attacker has failed to make a single Premier League appearance for Leicester this season. That has increased rumors of an imminent departure.
In fact, Duncan Castles revealed in the Transfer Window Podcast last month what Leicester expected the player to head to North London..
Brendan Rodgers even admitted earlier this month that he hopes Gray will move on in the near future.
However, it now appears that the Spurs have a battle on their hands to get the player.
the Daily mirror claims Newcastle and West Brom are also interested in buying it, along with clubs in Italy and Germany.
The report reveals that Gray is not particularly interested in a move to the Hawthorns, given the struggles for relegation of the Baggies.
That means Tottenham remains a firm favorite to bolster their vast ranks.
But Gray will have to fight players like Lucas Moura and Gareth Bale just for a spot on the bench.
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Spurs goal offered new contract with Brentford
The Brentford championship promotion hopefuls are in talks with striking star Marcus Forss about a new long-term contract, according to TEAMtalk sources.
Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs that have been monitoring the 21-year-old, who has already scored five goals this season despite starting just two games.
Forss, who was called up by Finland for the first time this season, began his career in England with West Bromwich Albion before being signed by Brentford in 2018.
Forss has seen his playing time severely limited by the presence of summer signing Ivan Toney, but even though they cannot offer Finnish international first team football this season, they believe he may have a great future at the club.
The Finn is under contract with Brentford until 2023, but they are ready to reward his recent progress and show him how well he is considered at Community Stadium. Read more…