Tottenham are keeping a close eye on Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke as Harry Kane replacement.
That’s according to a new report from The Sun that claims that Spurs are aware that they need to sign a striker and the former Liverpool man has been identified as a potential target.
The report claims that Spurs are ‘closely watching’ the in-form Premier League star and have sent scouts to watch him play several times this season.
It adds that he is a player that ‘ticks a lot of boxes’ for Spurs and if he continues his form, a bid could be made in the summer.
Solanke has been incredible this season scoring 11 goals in the league so far in 17 games. He is currently the third joint highest goal scorer alongside Jarrod Bowen. Only Mo Salah (12) and Haaland (14) have scored more goals than him. (Premier League stats)
Solanke has previously played for Chelsea and Liverpool at a young age but failed to make his mark at either clubs.
His impressive numbers for Cherries could now earn him a move to his former clubs’ Premier League rivals in the summer.