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Journalist claims that Tottenham Hotspur are poise to add a striker this summer
By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur wants to address their attack this summer, whether or not it includes having Harry Kane for the 2021-22 season. The London-based club intends to bring in a striker that can support Kane or play with the 27-year-old. 

According to The Telegraph, the Premier League side remains keen on bringing Fiorentina striker Dušan Vlahović. The Evening Standard’s Jack Rosser spoke to Transfer Tavern, and the journalist does state that he’s not ruling out a mover for a striker by Tottenham. 

However, Rosser believes that there’s another striker that Tottenham could be pursuing this summer, and that’s Southampton striker Danny Ings. The 29-year-old has scored 46 goals in 100 appearances for the Saints. 

Vlahović appears to be the long-term solution whether Kane decides to leave or not this summer. Nonetheless, Plan B could be Ings should Tottenham not meet the asking price set by Fiorentina. It will be interesting to see how the English club handles the situation in adding to their attack. 

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Paul L
Paul L
1 month ago

Ings is a decent player, let’s sign him, to play with or without Kane.
£15-20m is a fair price

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
1 month ago

It will be Vinicius Mark 2.

Paul
Paul
1 month ago

If we are adding a long term striker whether or not he measures up immediately am all for it. At some point we got to ditch this Kane backup silly talk. Very insulting to our recruiting effort. Let go back priorcto kane. We were just looking for strikers, signed at few until Kane became good. What is the obsession with finding a person if less ability than Harry. It needs to stop. We can get a solid striker for between $20m-25M or a little less. We can get quality to go with Kane or along side Kane.

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul

Just not a priority of the powers that be. From their point of view why pay a transfer fee and wage for someone to warm the bench while Kane plays every game.

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