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Antonio Conte Targeting Three Players From The Same Club To Bring To Tottenham

James Hilsum

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Antonio Conte Targeting Three Players From The Same Club To Bring To Tottenham

The number of players being linked with Tottenham Hotspur is increasing all the time, with Antonio Conte now reportedly targeting three Torino stars to bring to the club.

Sport Witness highlighted a report from Turin-based publication Tuttosport, which identified the three men plying their trade in Serie A which Conte wants in north London.

Defender Wilfried Songo is on the list after an impressive campaign to date, featuring 12 times across all competitions.

The 20-year-old progressed up from Torino's under-19 team and recently broke into the Ivory Coast senior team as well, earning his first two caps in the friendly matches against Burkina Faso and Ghana.

Songo has played solely as a right winger this season, but is equally adept at playing in either full-back position or at centre-back.

Gleison Bremer is also on the list after featuring regularly for Torino this season and captaining the side in the 1-0 and 3-0 wins over Sassuolo and Sampdoria respectively. But the Brazilian's future is in doubt, with his contract due to expire in June 2023.

PA: Andrea Belotti celebrates scoring for Torino.
PA: Andrea Belotti celebrates scoring for Torino.

Andrea Belotti would be a boost to Tottenham's attacking options, but is yet to hit the ground running this season after being ruled out for almost a month with a foot injury.

The 27-year-old's goalscoring record is impressive though, having scored 107 goals in 237 appearances for the dlub. A big selling point in Belotti's favour is that his contract expires next June, meaning he could be available on a free transfer.

PA: Antonio Conte
PA: Antonio Conte

But any reinforcements are currently on the backburner for Spurs, as Conte prepares to take his first match in charge against Vitesse in tonight's Europa Conference League clash.

The Italian's first Premier League match in charge comes at Goodison Park on Sunday, when they face Everton.

Spurs will hope that Conte can arrest a worrying slide in form, which has seen the side lose three of their last four matches across all competitions.

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Serie A, Premier League, Torino, Antonio Conte

James Hilsum
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