Tottenham have been actively scouting options in the market for the last few months leading up to January.
One of the players they have been keeping an eye on is Morgan Gibbs-White.
Gibbs-White boasts versatility, showcasing his ability to play across various attacking positions.
This season alone, in 22 appearances across all competitions, he has played as an attacking midfielder, a right-winger, a left-winger, and even taking on the role of a centre-forward twice.
It is a quality that Ange holds in high regard in his players, making Gibbs-White a potentially suitable addition to the squad.
Former Spurs manager Tim Sherwood has also voiced his support for Gibbs-White, suggesting that he would be an excellent fit for Tottenham.
Gibbs-White joined Nottingham Forest from Wolves last summer in a deal worth £35 million, and his consistent performances since then—having scored 8 goals and provided 11 assists in 60 appearances—have made him stand out for his current club.