Spurs needed to reinforce their attack after letting Roberto Soldado leave the club this summer and they have done exactly that by signing South Korean star Heung-min Son.
It will be fair to say that the North Londoners needed an out and out striker after luring Njie, however, in Son, they have actually lured another playmaker.
The 23-year-old Korean star featured in 42 games for the Bundesliga side last season, scored 17 goals and provided 4 assists.
The Asian star mainly played as a left winger for Bayer Leverkusen and the first choice starter for that position at White Hart Lane is Nacer Chadli who scored 13 league goals in the last campaign.
Son was also utilized as a secondary striker (very rare) and it will not come as a surprise if he plays as a supporting striker with Kane for Tottenham Hotspur.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino will probably have to change his system slightly to fit the €29.8m signing in the starting XI. Here is how Spurs will line up with Son.
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