Alasdair Gold delivers positive Tottenham striker search update


Tottenham Hotspur have been incredibly busy over the last month or so.

After such a disappointing season last time out it was always going to be a big summer in terms of getting themselves back on track.

Of course it's Jose Mourinho's first summer in charge of the club and so he's keen to put his stamp on the playing squad.

Mourinho favours physical players with high work rates and strong mentalities, and that's something that he's targeted in his additions.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Joe Hart and Matt Doherty all arrived as proven leaders in the Premier League and will go a long way to improving the team.

Add the additions of Sergio Reguilon and Gareth Bale into the mix and you can see an exceptionally strong team starting to emerge.

But what's most scary is that Tottenham don't seem to be done.

With two weeks left in the transfer window Daniel Levy is keen to add further strength to the first team squad.


Any additions could depend on potential outgoings, though.

Names such as Danny Rose, Juan Foyth, Serge Aurier, Ryan Sessegnon and Erik Lamela have all been linked with a move away from the club.

However no deals are thought to be anywhere near being completed.

But while the club look towards offloading these players, who man who knows the club well has hinted that more incomings are still on the horizon.

Alasdair Gold covers Tottenham Hotspur for Football London and he has enforced that Spurs are still very much on the lookout for another striker.


Speaking on his YouTube channel, Gold said: "There’s more to come.

"Tottenham Hotspur are not done. They are not.

"They are still looking for another target-man striker, another option up front.”

GIVEMESPORT'S Phil Spencer says...

It's set to be a very exciting couple of weeks for Tottenham Hotspur.

The transfer business that's already been completed is very exciting for supporters but it seems that there is more to come.


Without a doubt, Spurs need a new striker.

The club are far too reliant on Harry Kane and that's a big problem for Jose Mourinho.

Kane may well be the club's top scorer and talisman, but it's unrealistic to think that the club can rely on him over the duration of a long season.

Tottenham are determined to challenge for silverware this season and with the potential to play around 60 games on the horizon, the club will need a second choice in attack.

Plenty of names have been linked with a move but no deal really seems to be that close.

Whether that changes in the coming weeks remains to be seen, but it certainly sounds like they're going to be trying their hardest to get a deal done.

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