Tottenham have joined Norwich in the race to sign Leeds United central midfielder Kalvin Phillips this summer.

According to The Mirror, Tottenham are interested in a deal to bring Phillips to the Premier League next season.

The report claims that Newcastle are also keen on the Englishman, whilst Bournemouth and Wolves have withdrawn their interest.

Norwich, Aston Villa and Southampton have all been linked with a move for Phillips throughout the summer, after he caught the eye in the Championship last season.

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Phillips was named in the Championship Team of the Season for his performances in midfield, with Norwich stars Max Aarons, Jamal Lewis and Teemu Pukki also included in the XI.

The Mirror claim that Leeds are demanding a fee in the region of £30m for Phillips, which is likely to rule Norwich out unless they are able to haggle down the price. 

Norwich have not spent any money on permanent transfers this summer, although they have paid €3m to Schalke to sign Ralf Fahrmann on loan for the campaign.

Should Norwich make a bid for Phillips?