Lozano was one of the stars for the Mexican team in the recently held World Cup. The attacker scored one goal and assisted another as the North American side qualified from their group.
The Mexican has enjoyed a fine start to the season with five goals and an assist from seven games in the Eredivisie.
Tottenham have a history of signing players from the Netherlands in recent years. Davinson Sanchez, Jan Vertonghen, Christian Eriksen and Vincent Janssen are some of the signings from the country.
The Mexican can play on either side of the attack and doesn’t seem to carry a crazy price-tag. The 23-year-old has the potential to get better and it will be interesting to see how we fare in our pursuit for Lozano.
Tottenham face PSV in the Champions League next and Lozano could feature against us. Spurs lost their opening two fixtures in the group but need to turn things around against the Dutch side.
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