Tottenham Hotspur will have their eyes set firmly on securing a top four spot and could even challenge for the Premier League title.
Indeed, Spurs have started the season strongly and don’t seem like slowing down anytime soon as Mauricio Pochettino continues to work wonders in North London. And, it looks as if the Argentine is actually thinking about spending, as according to The Mirror, Tottenham are eyeing a cut-price move for Celtic’s Kieran Tierney.
Tottenham could exploit Celtic’s Champions League misery by making a cut-price £10 million for Kieran Tierney in January.
The 22-year-old was high up on Mauricio Pochettino’s summer shopping list, but Spurs didn’t want to pay the Hoops’ £20 million asking price.
But, Celtic’s failure to reach the Champions League has hit the the Scottish champions hard in the pocket, and Spurs could test their resolve with Celtic needing to make up the financial shortfall.
Spurs are finally looking to spend as they eye January transfer window improvements, with Kieran Tierney in Mauricio Pochettino’s sights.
The London club should definitely look at securing the promising defender for a low price in January as he will be worth considerably more in the future.
Indeed, the left-back is one of the most promising full-backs in the whole of world football, and has attracted interest from a number of Premier League clubs.