Tottenham are looking to reinforce their attacking midfield this summer and have been chasing French international Nkoudou who plays for Ligue 1 side Marseille.
However, the Les Bleus midfielder has not been the only attacker on Spurs’ radar.
Back in February, reports (Talksport via Calciomercato) suggested that Azzurri star Lorenzo Insigne is one of Pochettino’s prime transfer targets to improve the attacking midfield.
According to the latest reports, the 25-year-old star attacker has failed to agree a new deal with Napoli and his agent has claimed that the player will ask to leave the Serie A side this summer because other clubs have better offers for the Italian (ESPN).
In such a scenario, Spurs now have an opportunity to finally sign the versatile playmaker and they must move in to secure his signature. The $23million (Mirror) rated star is an experienced attacker who is easily much better than Nkoudou.
Last season, Insigne was a key member of the Napoli side and helped them finish second in the Italian league. In 37 league appearances, Lorenzo scored 12 goals and also provided 10 assists.
In your opinion, should Pochettino splash the cash and sign Insigne?