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Tuesday Transfer Gossips: Caicedo, Militao, Winks, Gonzalez, Dembele, Buendia, Kenny

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Tottenham could bring in 22-year-old Brazilian defender Eder Militao – wanted by Roma, AC Milan and Inter – on loan from Real Madrid with an option of a permanent move. (Corriere dello Sport – in Italian)

Jose Mourinho’s Spurs have joined Leeds and Juventus in the pursuit for Stuttgart winger Nicolas Gonzalez, 22, with the Argentina international a target for the summer transfer window. (Athletic – subscription required)

There may also be movement the other way for Spurs, with Valencia interested in signing 24-year-old England midfielder Harry Winks on loan. (Football London)

Brighton are confident they have beaten Newcastle United to the signing of Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo from Independiente del Valle(Talksport)

Chelsea and Manchester United were among a host of Premier League sides interested in 19-year-old Caicedo, who is likely to be loaned out by the Seagulls. (Mail)

Arsenal are interested in signing Brighton’s 24-year-old Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma, though a move is more likely in the summer. (Football London)

World Cup-winning France midfielder Steven N’Zonzi could have his loan stay with Rennes cut short, with Arsenal and Everton linked with the 32-year-old Roma man. (Foot Mercato – in French)

Lyon’s French striker Moussa Dembele is closing in on a move to Atletico Madrid after previously turning down the chance of a move to West Ham. (Telefoot via Sky Sports)

Dembele, 24, will initially join the La Liga side on loan, with an option to buy for £29.6m. (Goal)

Arsenal are no longer chasing the signature of Norwich midfielder Emi Buendia after the Championship club reportedly put a £40m price tag on the 24-year-old Argentine. (Express)

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