Tottenham Hotspur improved the quality of their attack in the summer transfer window by signing the likes of Nkoudou and Janssen.
So far, the mentioned duo have not played regularly for the North Londoners and thus have not made a huge impact as yet.
Spurs have started the new season well but they still need to reinforce the squad in the winter transfer window if they are to seriously challenge the best of teams in the UEFA Champions League.
Back in February, Spurs were linked with a top attacker in the form of Italian international and Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne (Talksport via Calciomercato). If the latest reports are anything to go by then Pochettino has the opportunity to sign the 25-year-old star.
According to Italian source Calciomercato, Insigne wants a new contract but the renewal is far from close and if there is no new deal then he is going to be sold. Napoli’s president has named a mammoth price of 50 million euros ($55million) for Lorenzo.
The Azzurri attacker is a versatile talent who can play anywhere in the attack. He has provided 4 assists in 8 league appearances so far this season.
Last season, in 42 games, he directly contributed in no fewer than 24 goals (13 goals and 11 assists).
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