Silly season is officially here… Tottenham have entered the race to sign the fastest player who destroy them last few seasons, per Marca

Tottenham Hotspur will now turn their attentions towards Bournemouth forward Dominik Solanke as they look for a new striker in January.

Despite the recent upturn in form of Richarlison, who has scored four in his last three games including one against Evertonlast time out, Spurs are still looking for another central striker.

Harry Kane left in the summer, leaving a void in the frontline. Heung-Min Son had been playing there until Richarlison’s revival.

And now, according to The Sun, Tottenham are looking towards Dominic Solanke as a potential signing.

Tottenham looking at signing Dominic Solanke

The report from The Sun claims that Solanke is has now emerged as a target for Tottenham as the January window draws ever nearer.

Solanke netted a brilliant hat-trick against Nottingham Forest last time out. The former Chelsea and Liverpool man is already into double figures for this season.

His form has reportedly caught the eye of Spurs, who are keen to add a new number nine to the ranks if they can.

Bournemouth could demand a big fee for the striker having rejected a £40m offer in the summer for their star man.

Arsenal are also keen on Solanke as well.

Solanke would improve this Spurs side

Tottenham are really in need of reinforcements in the January window if they are to maintain their top four push.

Ange Postecoglou has done so much work and in our view, deserves to be backed to the hilt by Daniel Levy and co.

Solanke is obviously doing very well at Bournemouth this season. He’d need little time to settle and would be able to instantly help Spurs.

Bournemouth, as we know, are in no rush to sell and are doing well under new boss Andoni Iraola.

Tottenham, then, might well need to break the bank to land Solanke. If not, then they might well lose him to another club.


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