Tottenham Hotspur have shocked everyone in recent times as they continue to thrive without the likes of Harry Kane and Dele Alli, with silverware still in the picture.
Spurs will be looking to go up another gear with Kane returning to action soon as his firepower at the pinnacle of the attack should make them a more dangerous side.
Although, it appears as if the North London club have had their eyes on another attacker in recent times, as according to Teamtalk, Tottenham Hotspur have scouted Birmingham City’s Che Adams in recent weeks.
Of course, securing the services of Adams may raise a few eyebrows but he could definitely do a solid job for Spurs, so here are the potential consequences of Tottenham signing the Englishman…
DANIEL LEVY LANDS PERFECT KANE PARTNER
Daniel Levy will surely be looking to splash the cash after two disappointing transfer windows, with the teams around them inevitably looking to strengthen once again.
One thing that fans would love to see is for the club to bring in a partner for Harry Kane at the pinnacle of the attack, and it’s safe to say that Adams may just be the perfect man for the job.
Indeed, Kane’s ability to hold the ball up would work wonders alongside Adams as he loves to run in behind and latches on to any flick-ons. Also, the Birmingham City man poses a constant threat in the final third with his pace and power which always attracts a number of defenders, so he’d be perfect at making room for Kane to operate in.
FERNANDO LLORENTE LEAVES
Fernando Llorente has been excellent in Harry Kane’s absence as he’s produced a number of valuable contributions in recent times, but his contract is up in the summer and he’s yet to be offered an extension.
Indeed, securing the services of Adams would push Llorente down the pecking order, despite all of his hard work, as he’s set to turn 34 next week, so it’s unlikely that he’ll get any better from here on in.
Therefore, the reason behind Spurs’ lack of willingness to secure his services beyond the summer may be down to them looking at other targets, with Adams still having the whole of his career ahead of him.