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Djed Spence has already posed in a Tottenham shirt ahead of his big move from Middlesbrough to Tottenham.

The 21-year-old right-back impressed Antonio Conte last season when he helped Nottingham Forest seal promotion on loan.

Talks have been going on for weeks, but in the end both clubs have reached a compromise.

SunSport understands a package worth up to £20m has now been agreed.

Roma have since contacted Paul Dybala’s agents and presented the striker with a contract offer, reports claim.

Inter Milan are keen on signing the former Manchester United target.

However, according to TMW, Jose Mourinho’s side have stepped in and offered Dybal a deal worth €6 million net per season plus add-ons.

The former Juventus hitman is considering the offer and will give Roma an answer by Tuesday, it added.

Elsewhere, West Ham’s David Moyes is reportedly ‘concerned’ about signing Gianluca Scamacca – as the striker’s dad DONE the Roma stars’ cars.

However, the ExWHUemployee account claimed the Scot was unsure whether to go ahead with the transfer.

They claim Scamac’s deal is currently on hold due to concerns over Moyes’ attitude and family issues.

He also adds that “questions about tattoos and the criminal activity of brothers and fathers” led him to look at other targets.

Finally, Raphinha will achieve his childhood dream after signing for Barcelona and will follow in the footsteps of Brazilian idols Romario, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Neymar.

The 25-year-old Leeds striker was unveiled at the Catalan club’s training ground on Friday after completing a deal worth up to £55million.

Raphinha, who has signed a contract until June 2027, said: “All my idols have played here and made history so it’s a huge honor for me and I can’t thank Barca enough for giving me the chance to wear this shirt.

“I hope to achieve half of what my idols have achieved here. It’s a dream come true for me and my family. I will do my best to help this club win (trophies).

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