Spurs may have to sanction part-exchange deal to get target in before Monday’s deadline

Spurs may have to allow Fulham to sign one of their top young talents on loan for the rest of the season to force through a late move for Moussa Dembele, according to reports from Football Insider.

The Lilywhites have been heavily aligned with the 19-year-old Craven Cottage ace over the course of the past few weeks, with the north London club thought to be desperate to get in a fresh face to act as cover for Harry Kane as they plot to keep their title charge on course.

It’s already been suggested that Fulham are wiling to sell their teenage ace to Spurs for between £4m and £6m with his contract ticking towards its summer expiry, but now reports claim that the Cottagers want one of Tottenham’s top young players on loan for the rest of the campaign as a sweetener.

It’s understood that names such as Alex Pritchard and Harry Winks have been floated, with the Championship strugglers eager to bolster their chances of avoiding relegation.

A transfer embargo means that Fulham are unable to make permanent moves, but temporary deals remain open.

Pritchard has previous experience in the Football League with Swindon Town and Brentford, while Winks is an England U-20 international.

Article title: Spurs may have to sanction part-exchange deal to get target in before Monday’s deadline

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