Tottenham have been linked to some of the best players in the world as Jose Mourinho prepares for his first summer window in charge of Spurs.
Mourinho has made it clear that Southampton star Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is his top transfer target, but now another name has entered the mix.
The Portuguese is desperate to add more firepower in the transfer window as he looks to close the gap on Premier League champions Liverpool before the start of next season.
Tottenham have scored fewer goals than Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City this season.
Spurs have now joined Paris Saint-Germain in the list of suitors who have shown an interest in signing Saint-Maximin in the summer.
Steve Bruce has insisted the Magpies have no intention of selling him but that has not stopped the growing amount of interest in the winger.
Newcastle legend Alan Shearer described the Frenchman as “brilliant” for his performance against Bournemouth last week.
Saint-Maximin has scored 3 goals and created 4 assists in 22 Premier League games this season, taking 1.8 shots per game, averaging 1.3 key passes, and making 4.6 dribbles on average (via WhoScored)
However, it seems this may be wishful thinking for Mourinho, as it is highly likely PSG will be able to out-muscle Spurs if a transfer battle ensues.
Indeed, Mourinho will have to rely on sorting out swap deals, hunting for bargains and free agents if he wants to make improvements to his squad.
Levy is willing to offer players like Danny Rose and Juan Foyth as part of an exchange for the speedster, but it is hard to imagine that will be enough to persuade the Magpies to let him leave.
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