They've reached the Champions League final for the first time in their history after completing the most stunning comeback against Ajax in Amsterdam and now Spurs are actually set to sign a player.
In the summer, Spurs made history after they became the first Premier League side to not make any signings in a summer transfer window since it first became a thing in 2003.
The fact that they are now taking on Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano in the biggest game in club football but the North London outfit are already thinking about next season.
As per SPORT, Spurs have agreed personal terms with Andre Gomes after holding talks over a summer move.
The Portugal international has impressed on loan at Everton but is now poised to move down South, with Barca extremely likely to accept a €30 million offer for a player who flopped at the Nou Camp.
Everton have an option to snap up the former Valencia midfielder on a permanent basis but it's believed that Spurs' offer is higher and that has given them the edge in the race for Gomes' signature.