Cape Town - Tottenham Hotspur are reported to be weighing up a move for
Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Diogo Jota as part of a bumper spending spree
in the close season.
Spurs did not sign a single player in the last two transfer
windows, but that is about to change, with reports claiming chairman Daniel
Levy will loosen the purse strings in the summer.
With Tottenham's title challenge faltering badly, and with
Manchester United still said to be considering a move for boss Mauricio
Pochettino, Levy knows investment is needed.
Spurs will look to strengthen all areas of the side, but up
front is a position that needs more quality as they continue to rely heavily
upon Harry Kane.
Pochettino has so far been unable to sign suitable cover,
but hopes by landing Wolves ace Jota, that particular problem will be solved.
The Portuguese ace has been a revelation for Wolves this
season, scoring seven goals in his last 14 games, and at just 22-years-old is
seen as a star of the future.
Wolves, however, are under no pressure to sell and would
demand big money, so it remains to be seen if Spurs will be able to pay enough
to do a deal.