With star player Gareth Bale on the verge of moving to Spanish giants Real Madrid, Tottenham have potentially huge amounts of money to spend. Here are the three players they should buy with those funds:
Luis Muriel – Udinese
With an abundance of pace, Spurs should look at the Colombian, before he’s snapped up.
At 22-years-old, Muriel has a lot ahead of him. Currently plying his trade at Udinese, he has already been targeted by Manchester United and you can expect a few more clubs to be taking a good look at him. Muriel loves to run in behind. This suits Spurs’ game, and he and Roberto Soldado would form a formidable partnership.
Hulk – Zenit St Petersburg
Fast, strong and with a net-bursting shot, Hulk has the whole package.
Already 27-years-old, Hulk has been a late bloomer, only showing his true class in his last two seasons at Porto, before moving to Zenit St Petersburg for a reported £35 million. For a predominantly left winger, Hulk’s goal scoring record is fantastic with 171 goals in 341 games. Having reportedly already expressed an interest in Hulk, Spurs should do all in their power to bring the Brazilian to the club.
Marco Reus – Borussia Dortmund
Along with Robert Lewandowski, 24-year-old Reus is Dortmund’s star player.
Reus joined Dortmund’s youth academy at only seven and spent ten years there before being released, never graduating to the first team. After that, he signed for German minnows Rot Weiss Ahlen. After impressing there, he signed for Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach. Now back at Dortmund, and with four years left on his contract, Reus is quickly establishing himself as one of the most dangerous players in the world.
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