Tottenham want to use the January transfer window to solve several flaws in their team.
Spurs are searching for a player to replace Harry Kane, albeit they have been connected to a variety of midfielders and defenders in recent weeks.
After a protracted transfer drama that saw the England striker leave the Premier League and go to Germany in search of a fresh challenge, Kane signed with Bayern Munich in the summer.
Spurs have made use of Richarlison and Heung-Min Son as their forward alternatives, but the Premier League team is currently searching for a suitable Kane successor to join their team.
Ben Jacobs stated on Last Word on Spurs that the North London team is actually interested in signing Feyenoord’s Santiago Gimenez.
“Yes, I believe that Tottenham is evaluating their options regarding a wide forward or goal scorer. Santiago Gimenez appears to be a very real target, but that’s one for the summer; as far as I know, there won’t be a January departure, and if there is, it would be a huge sum of money for Feyenoord,” Jacobs stated.
This season, Gimenez has excelled in the Eredivisie. This season, the striker has participated in 16 league games and netted 18 goals.
Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Spurs, has stated that his team is eager to add players to their roster in order to build on a stellar campaign.
While it may seem simple to replace Kane at Tottenham, it will likely be challenging for them to locate a player who can truly close the significant vacuum left by the England captain.