Tottenham are in a brilliant position to finish in the top four under the management of Mauricio Pochettino. The supporters have waited long enough and deserve Champions League football.
The North Londoners have got a strong squad with quality and depth in all the departments, however, the strike-force dilemma remains.
Spurs only have one senior out and out striker in the form of England international Harry Kane and fortunately, he is not injury prone. They have been looking to add another striker for quite some time and perhaps this winter, they may finally sign someone who can support Kane and cover in his absence.
According to reports, (Daily Mail), Spurs have moved in and opened talks to sign talented Fulham striker Moussa Dembele.
The 19-year-old French international has been in great form for the Championship side. In 24 league games this season, Dembele has netted 9 goals and provided 2 assists (Transfermarkt).
The pacy youngster will give Pochettino a plan B, one that they badly need and was evident in the defeat against Leicester City. As per the provided Mail link, Spurs are ready to let a young player go in the other direction to seal the deal.
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