Mauricio Pochettino has crafted a dynamic side out of prodigious talent and has rightly been lauded by fans and neutrals alike in the Transfer Tavern for the job he has undertaken in North London.
Even with Champions League football on the way, the Argentine coach shows little signs of straying from such a philosophy, much to the delight of the Spurs supporting locals propping up the bar.
With that in mind, according to Football Insider, the former Southampton coach is weighing up a move for Ajax winger Riechedly Bazoer this summer after personally scouting the Dutch international in their recent friendly against the Republic of Ireland.
The 19-year old has bene mightily impressive in the Dutch capital this season, scoring 5 goals and recording a further four assists for the Eredivisie giants.
On paper, the flying Dutchman perfectly suits the dynamic style of play imposed by the 44-year old in North London, able to bomb up and down the flanks while possessing the necessary technical skill to drift inside and wreak havoc.
It is understood that both Pochettino and his assistant manager Jesus Perez were casting watchful eyes over the talented teen as they weigh up a summer move.
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