Tottenham have had some of the best attacking midfielders in the Premier League over the past two decades.
The likes of Luka Modric and Christian Eriksen have all played for the Lilywhites over the past few seasons.
However, after selling Eriksen in the last transfer window, the club has been missing a creative head in their midfield and they might have to fix that problem before they can become a top team again.
Former Manager, Harry Redknapp has urged the club to make a move for Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish.
He told Talk Sports as quoted by Football365 that the Englishman is exactly what his former team needs at the moment.
He has been supported by former Spurs star Alan Hutton, who agreed with Redknapp that the Lilywhites should make a move for the Aston Villa man.
Hutton claimed that Grealish had the ability to link the Spurs’ midfield to their attack, and he is a Bruno Fernandes-type of player.
Hutton told Football Insider: “I think Harry Redknapp is right with this one, I think Tottenham, at the moment, are missing a player of his ability.
“Somebody who, like the Bruno Fernandes type, can link the midfield to the strikers, be a bit more creative and help the forward-thinking players do what they do.
“He would definitely be an amazing fit for them.”
Grealish is proper quality and it would be fantastic if we could manage to sign him but I have a feeling that boat has sailed and he is likely to be out of our price range now.