According to football.london journalist Alasdair Gold, Tottenham are still keeping their ‘options open’ as the hunt for a new striker continues – with the club having made a string of enquiries already this window in search of a capable back-up to Harry Kane.
Indeed, as per this update, Gold has given the latest on what is currently happening as the October 5 transfer window deadline looms, and he has stated that Spurs are still on the hunt for a new striker with Jose Mourinho and Daniel Levy not done yet.
So far, Tottenham have brought in Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Joe Hart, Matt Doherty, Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon as the 2020/2021 Premier League season gets underway – with the hunt for a centre-back and striker now well and truly on as the clock ticks down.
Which striker should Spurs go for?
As per football.london, Spurs are in talks over a deal for Milan Skriniar and are keeping a watchful eye on South Korea defender Kim Min-jae, with the search for attackers now resulting in a whole host of enquiries.
Indeed, Andrea Belotti, Habib Diallo, Danny Ings, Carlos Vinicius and Haris Seferovic have all been at the centre of enquiries and Tottenham are keeping them in mind as potential swoops.
Gold, however, did mention recently that Spurs keep running into a slight roadblock when it comes to potential deals.
Top European strikers have been difficult to nail down because the majority of them don’t wish to play second fiddle to Kane, with the conundrum being finding a back-up with real quality who doesn’t mind limited game time.
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