Tottenham Hotspur has not had much luck, so far, during this January’s transfer window.
Out of their main transfer targets, Daniel Levy’s Lilywhites have successfully signed a grand total of zero.
The Londoners have seen moves for Wolves’ Adama Traore and Porto’s Luis Diaz scuppered by both Barcelona and Liverpool, respectively.
Now, in an attempt to dodge a fierce fan backlash, chairman Levy is reportedly preparing to go after Hellas Verona midfielder and Czech Republic international Antonin Barak.
That’s according to a recent report from L’Arena, who claims Tottenham Hotspur are set to make a very late attempt to sign the midfielder.
It has been noted that Tottenham Hotspur is preparing to offer just shy of £17m for the 27-year-old’s services but face a race against time to wrap a deal up before Monday’s deadline.