TOTTENHAM are set to launch a deadline day bid to sign Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, according to reports.
Spurs have been chasing a new defender this summer, with the Slovakian on Jose Mourinho's radar.
The North London club had also been keeping tabs on Chelsea outcast Antonio Rudiger.
But with AC Milan having bid for the Blues defender, Tottenham are set to turn back to Skriniar, according to the Mirror.
Fulham have also been linked with a shock move for Skriniar, as exclusively revealed by SunSport.
Despite that, Spurs remains the most-likely new home for the Inter Milan ace.
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Fulham instead are set to sign Barcelona youngster Jean-Clair Todibo on loan for the season, beating Everton to the Frenchman.
Inter had demanded Tottenham cough-up £45million to sign Skriniar.
But Spurs are hoping to negotiate a lower fee – closer to £30m – and are actively looking at ways to raise funds.
Mourinho and Co are still desperately searching for a new home for Danny Rose.
Juan Foyth has been signed to a new contract and shipped out on loan to Villarreal.
And Ryan Sessegnon is on the brink of snubbing Celtic and joining Bundesliga giants Hoffenheim for the season.
Last week, Spurs confirmed they had completed a loan deal with Benfica for Carlos Vinicius.
Tottenham will pay just £2.7m now, with a view to a £41m permanent move next summer.
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