The London side Tottenham Hotspur is plotting something big and it is safe to say that their manager Mouricio Pochettino is the perfect man, who could to take the side to a certain level. They gave some disappointing performances in the last couple of games in the 2015-16 campaign of the premier league, but they finished third and that means, they will be entertaining the big European giants.
Spurs have some great stars like Delle Alli, Harry Kane, Eric Dier, but those names lack the experience of the Champions League. If the Argentine gaffer tends to succeed in the tournament, he will have to bring some new and fresh legs in the squad, who could help the players to achieve their targets.
The next season of the premier league would be the toughest as some great names like Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte has arrived at various clubs, and therefore, Pochettino will have to work harder than ever to challenge for the title in the coming season.
The Argentine has already signed Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama, but he will have to add some more names in the squad to avoid the excessive fatigue to the existing players. The Lilly-Whites only have Harry Kane as a striker, and to be honest, they cannot rely on his form the entire season. A striker is a necessity for the manager. So here, we bring you the names of those two players, who could follow Wanyama to Spurs:
The 25-year-old French striker recently finished his 7th season with Lyon, but it is now reported that he might leave the club. If Tottenham wants to acquire the signature of the player, then they will have to act fast as West Ham United are reportedly in the chase to sign the player. The Hammers are ready to pay a mighty amount for the Frenchman, and therefore, Spurs will have to act as soon as possible.
Lacazette has become a renowned player in the industry and is considered as one of the most lethal strikers in the world. The Frenchman scored 21 goals in his 34 appearances in the Ligue 1 and also created 43 chances. He is quick, he is agile and is one of the best finishers in the sport. Besides that, he has a great experience of playing in the Champions League and that would be a plus point for the London club.
This surely is a strange name in the list, but he 27-year-old Croatian international is a worthy candidate. Domagoj Vida currently plays for the Ukrainian club Dynamo Kyiv and he might come in handy. He has a great experience of playing at the top level and could become a senior figure for Tottenham’s young side.
The Croatian international is capable of playing as a centre-back, right back, left back and even as a defensive midfielder. Till date, he has made 99 appearances for Kyiv and has scored 7 goals. Vida is tough defender, who is very hard to beat. He has got the speed, he has got the footballing mind and is the perfect player to be a defensive weapon for the side in Europe.
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