As Mauricio Pochettino prepares his team for a major day in the history of Tottenham Hotspur, there might also be some transfer priorities to be taken care of with the window opened for all clubs in England.
There are one or two areas in the Spurs squad where Daniel Levy and Pochettino may be keen on improving, especially with the vacancy in midfield left my Mousa Demebele who was sold back in January.
Thus, Spurs have made an offer to sign Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso, according to a report from BBC.
It is reported that the submitted bid to sign the 23-year-old is £53m, which is, in fact, the highest fee that Spurs have ever offered to sign any player.
Lo Celso, who does have a release clause of £88m in his contract with Real Betis, has scored 16 goals and recorded six assists in 45 appearances for the Spanish club this campaign.
It is reassuring to see the club make a proactive attempt to sign someone but fans will be hoping that Lo Celso is seen as a possible addition rather than a replacement for a player who could potentially leave like Christian Eriksen.