Tottenham has been linked with a move for Real Madrid fringe player, Lucas Vazquez, as the transfer window approaches.
The Spaniard was one of Zinedine Zidane’s trusted names for a few seasons and he was part of the Madrid side that won back-to-back Champions League titles.
However, a combination of injuries and poor form has seen the 28-year-old play just a few games this season and he now finds himself on the periphery.
His current deal will be expiring at the end of next season and Mundo Deportivo is claiming that Jose Mourinho would like to be reunited with the midfielder who was in the club’s reserve team when the club’s manager.
Vazquez offers a lot of quality and would come to Spurs with a winning mindset, after winning a number of trophies at Madrid.
He is also very versatile and his unselfishness has seen him provide quite an impressive number of assists during his time in Spain.
He has played just 14 league games this season, providing a combined four goals and assists.
He does enjoy playing as a right-winger or as a right forward, however, he can play well across other positions which might make him the perfect player for Mourinho.
If Spurs gets serious about their interest, they would have to pay £22 million for his signature according to the same report.
Should Tottenham sign a seasoned pro like Vazquez or concentrate on younger players with bigger potential resale value and longer-term prospects?