Spurs will travel to the South Coast aiming to build on their midweek Europa League win over Lokomotiv Plovd.
As well as having a victory to build upon against the Saints this lunchtime, Spurs will no doubt be full of confidence and excitement following the additions of Real Madrid duo Sergio Reguilon and Gareth Bale, who has returned to the club more than seven years after his departure.
The signings of Reguilon and Bale have significantly bolstered key areas within Jose Mourinho’s side, though he is still yet to add an out-and-out striker to his ranks.
With just under two weeks of the summer transfer window to go, here is a round-up of all the very latest Spurs transfer news in one place.
Ndombele makes a decision on his future
French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has decided to stay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, despite reports claiming that he would leave the North London club before the window closes.
Only recently, Mourinho lavished the Frenchman with praise and suggested that the very best was to come following his disappointing opening season in England last term.
And with that in mind, French newspaper L’Equipe, as cited by SportsMole, Mourinho and Ndombele have now cleared the air beteween themselves and the Frenchman wants to stay.
The midfielder scored the winner after stepping off the bench against Plovd on Thursday in the Europa League.
Mourinho eyes Lingard reunion
Spurs boss Mouirinho is keen to rescue Jesse Lingard from his Manchester United misery by luring him to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Lingard has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford following Bruno Fernandes’ arrival from Sporting Lisbon back in January.
The Daily Star claim that Spurs are keen to add the England international to their ranks in a £30million deal.
The 27-year-old has been frozen out by United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Mourinho is keen to work with him once again, with the former Derby County and Brighton & Hove Albion loanee seen as the ideal man to provide competition to Dele Alli in the battle for the No.10 position.
Spurs remain keen on securing Ings deal
The London Evening Standard claim that Tottenham have not yet given up hope of signing Southampton striker Danny Ings before the window closes.
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Spurs have been desperate to add a striker to their ranks all summer, as Mourinho looks to add some much-needed competition for Harry Kane at the top end of the pitch.
And it is reported that Spurs have expressed an interest in signing Saints star Ings, who shocked everyone last season by scoring more than 20 Premier League goals.
It is reported that Spurs are still keen on signing the former Liverpool man but no bid has yet been made.