Spurs look to conclude loan deals for duo.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas may bring in two player on loan on the final day of the transfer window, with the London Evening Standard reporting that Hulk and Fabio Coentrao are his main targets.
With Gareth Bale completing his £85million move to Real Madrid yesterday, Villas-Boas still feels he could do with additions in attack, despite already spending over £100million on the likes of Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela and Roberto Soldado.
Hulk, who played under Villas-Boas at their old club Porto, is keen to leave current club Zenit St Petersburg, but the Russians are not ready to let the Brazilian leave on the cheap, and may request a £10million fee just for Spurs to take him on loan for the season.
Zenit paid £50million to sign Hulk from Porto, and would look to bring in a similar amount to what they paid for him, though Spurs are currently unsure on paying that much for a player somewhat out of form.
Coentrao also remains a loan target, after Spurs initially tried to sign him as part of the Bale deal, though Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has said the Portuguese left-back is still part of his plans at the Bernabeu.