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Yves Bissouma has completed his medical ahead of a switch to Tottenham, report Sky Sports.

Spurs have agreed a £25million deal with Brighton for the midfielder, which could rise to £35m depending on add ons.

Bissouma is understood to have flown into the UK on Wednesday and stayed at the on-site hotel at Tottenham’s training ground.

Elsewhere, Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is intent on adding three more signings to his squad after bringing in Yves Bissouma.

Conte hopes to recruit a right-wing back, centre-back, and a striker to Tottenham’s squad this summer, according to The Evening Standard.

And Nottingham Forest star Djed Spence is Conte’s top pick for the right-wing back role, the report adds.

However, Spurs have to fend off interest from face competition from Borussia Dortmund and Roma for Spence’s signature.

Meanwhile, PSG have reportedly asked Jorge Mendes to orchestrate a transfer for Mauro Icardi to Wolves.

Corriere dello Sport claims PSG are desperate to offload struggling striker Icardi this summer.

Also, Liverpool have reportedly completed the signing of Calvin Ramsey.

The Reds and Aberdeen have signed a paperwork on a £4m deal, plus £2.5m in add ons, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The transfer should be completed once Ramsey has a medical, with the midfielder set to pen a contract until 2027 with the Anfield giants, the report adds.

Finally, West Ham are pushing to complete a deal for keeper Alphonse Areola amid interest from Newcastle.

Hammers’ boss David Moyes wants to sign Areola permanently loan following his impressive season on loan from Paris Saint-Germain.

The three-cap Frenchman, 29, was second choice behind Lukasz Fabianski but starred in West Ham‘s run to the Europa League semi-finals.

Now Moyes is keen to take up the £7.6million option included in the initial loan to clinch a move.

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