It’s proved to be a relatively frustrating window for a lot of the punters propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern so far, with the Tottenham Hotspur fans in particular wondering just what on earth is going on.
Indeed, Mauricio Pochettino has been unable to add to a squad that has challenged for the Premier League title twice just yet and many of the local Lillywhites in the bar are eager to see just who the Argentine opts to add to his ranks this summer.
So, a report in the Daily Mail has proved rather interesting indeed. Within their transfer column, they claim the north London outfit are keen on the signing of Bayer Leverkusen marksman Javier Hernandez this summer as they hunt for striking supplements.
The Mexican, renowned for his goal-poaching prowess following his time with Manchester United, is also thought to be of interest to bitter London rivals West Ham United, who have suffered striking woes themselves in recent times.
Still, for Spurs, finding an adequate back-up for Harry Kane, one who is still good enough to operate as a partner for the England man, has been difficult. With that in mind, the idea of moving for a proven Premier League marksman in Chicarito is proving rather popular indeed.
Much to the delight of pretty much everybody in the Tavern.