Tottenham transfer news and rumours: Conte’s plan to persuade Gabriel Jesus, Piero Hincapie’s fee revealed

Already, Spurs have landed Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster and Yves Bissouma as they prepare for their Champions League return.

Gabriel Jesus could join them as Tottenham prepare to eye Arsenal in negotiations for the Manchester City striker.

There is also talk of an offer for Bayer Leverkusen defender Piero Hincapie while Harry Winks could leave the club.

Here’s your latest update from Tottenham transfer news and rumors…

Gabriel Jesus

Conte has told Jesus he will be a regular in Spurs’ roster if he chooses his side against Arsenal, while remaining in the Champions League.

In the final year of his contract at Manchester City, the Brazilian striker is expected to be a squad option at Eastlands next season but could leave for £50million.

The Mirror say Conte is a big fan of Jesus’ versatility, meaning he could play anywhere in his front three, and the Italian is planning one last shot to deliver what would be a blow to his Arsenal rivals.

Piero Hincapie

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A left centre-back is a key target for Conte this summer and The Sun names Ecuadorian defender Hincapie as the latest name to appear on Tottenham’s radar.

Bayer Leverkusen are reportedly demanding £34m for the 20-year-old after helping his club finish third in the Bundesliga and his country reach the World Cup.

Several offers from Premier League clubs are planned by Leverkusen as they look to keep Hincapie for next season.

Harry winks

Everton have inquired about a move for Tottenham midfielder Winks.

Football Insider says the Toffees will have to shell out £20m for a player who has fallen out of favor since Conte took charge.

With two years remaining on his contract, Winks is free to leave after dropping lower in the pecking order with the signing of Bissouma from Brighton.

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