Tottenham Hotspur are still negotiating a deal for Bologna defender Takehiro Tomiyasu, according to reports from The Telegraph.
Spurs are actively trying to wrap up a few deals they’re currently working on.
The north London club have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini, while his teammate Cristian Romero could also follow.
Romero has emerged as the first-choice target for Spurs, who are currently negotiating a deal to sign the Argentine defender.
However, it seems Fabio Paratici has not forgotten about Tomiyasu and that Spurs are still working on a deal to sign him.
He is currently at the Olympics with Japan. The 22-year-old is a versatile defender who can play right-back and centre-back.
It has been reported that personal terms will not be an issue if the clubs agree a fee.
The Athletic claimed earlier this month that the two clubs are finalising the terms of the deal, with the fee expected to be around £15 million-plus add-ons.
Bologna director Riccardo Bigon confirmed earlier this week that Spurs have made an offer, but other clubs are interested.
Tottenham are also working on a deal to sign Bryan Gil from Sevilla in a deal that will see Erik Lamela move the other way.