By Dominic Toner

Brighton have agreed a fee for Tottenham attacking midfielder Alex Pritchard, according to a report.

Sky Sports claimed earlier on Tuesday that negotiations between the two clubs were progressing well as Spurs hold out for a total package worth £8million.

Sky Sports have now revealed on their Twitter account that Brighton have agreed a deal with Spurs for the signing of Pritchard.

The broadcaster also revealed on their transfer centre blog on Tuesday (2.47pm) that Pritchard will now discuss personal terms with Brighton.

Football Insider revealed last week that Pritchard is one of seven senior Spurs players deemed surplus to requirements by manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Fedrico Fazio is another player set to leave Spurs and Gianluca Di Marzio claimed on his website that the defender will undergo a medical at Roma on Wednesday.

Brighton manager Chris Hughton has beaten off competition from several Championship rivals and is now set to link up with Pritchard, who he coached when at Spurs.

The Mirror claimed that Pritchard was high on the shortlist of Championship big boys Leeds and Newcastle.

Pritchard, who operates in the number 10 role but can also play out wide, has three years remaining on his current Spurs deal. He made a name for himself during a loan spell at Brentford in the 2014-15 season, where he scored 12 times.

The 23-year-old playmaker spent the second half of last season on-loan at West Brom, but failed to make a single start for the Baggies, managing just two Premier League sub appearances.

The England under-21 international has appeared just twice for Spurs, and has also spent time on loan at both Swindon and Peterborough.

In other Tottenham transfer news, they are keeping tabs on a prolific English striker who would cost £30million.