Tottenham Hotspur will need to address their attacking options in the summer when the transfer window opens.
Spurs currently have Harry Kane as their talisman, however, the futures of both Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen remain in doubt.
Should the pair depart, Mauricio Pochettino must look to find a new striker to come and help the north London outfit push on with their silverware aspirations.
And, according to claims in Italy, it appears Tottenham have one man on their radar as a possible candidate to help take them to the next level.
Calciomercato are reporting AC Milan’s Patrick Cutrone is a target for the Premier League outfit as his own future with the Rossoneri was thrown into doubt.
The Serie A outfit signed Krzysztof Piatek in the winter to try and lead their own forward line and has started brightly, leaving questions over the 21-year-old, who Milan reportedly still believe is an important asset.
As such, it is understood that a move would cost Tottenham in the excess of 30million to land him, whilst Atletico Madrid are also thought to be interested.
Crutone has shown in the past that he can be an excellent striker, despite having struggled this season for Milan.
Having hit 18 goals in all competitions last year, the 21-year-old has nine in his 31 appearances so far, with just three of those in Italy’s top-flight.
However, he is a player that could thrive under the guidance of Pochettino and could be an excellent prospect in the future for the Premier League outfit, provided they would be willing to splash out on him.
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