Tottenham look set to bolster their attack this summer as the club have been linked with the signings of two attackers in deals that would only cost the club £6 million.
Mauricio Pochettino’s first season has ended in disappointment with the club yet again missing out on Champions League football next term but they will look to strengthen in the next few months.
Ukrainian winger Yevhen Konoplyanka has again been linked with a move to Spurs as the Metro are reporting that the Lilywhites could pick him up on a free when his current contract with Dnipro expires at the end of June.
Tottenham could sign Konoplyanka on a pre-contract agreement within the next month but will face stiff competition for his signature with Liverpool also continuously linked.
Another attacking player on the Spurs shortlist is Frenchman Claudio Beauvue, who currently plays for Ligue 1 side EA Guingamp.Embed from Getty Images
The 27-year-old striker, who also operates on either wing, has scored 15 goals in 34 league games this year and could be picked up for just £6 million because of a clause in his contract.
The club’s president Bertrand Desplat did little to quash rumours of an exit as he confirmed Spurs and Hull have both expressed an interest, with the player looking set for a Premier League switch.
Would Konoplyanka and Beauvue be good signings for Spurs? Do they need more attacking players?