Chelsea, Manchester United, Dnipro, CSKA Moscow and Cardiff City stars all feature.
Daniel Levy said earlier this week that there wouldn’t be major changes at Tottenham Hotspur in the summer.
The North Londoners have been linked with some very good players as the debate over whether Tim Sherwood will still be head coach for the next campaign rolls on.
We’ve taken a look at some of the stars linked with Tottenham moves and produced a list of the five best names.
Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea)
This is the big transfer rumour, which has been rolling for most of the week with the Belgian apparently identified as the man to come in and revitalise the Tottenham attack this summer. The problem is that Lukaku wants to play Champions League football but Chelsea don’t seem to have a problem selling to Spurs if they get their fee.
Javier Hernandez (Manchester United)
The Mexican striker has been routinely linked with Tottenham throughout the season. He could leave United this summer if he’s not given assurances about his first team future by David Moyes and Tottenham are a side that could offer him a clear role to lead their attack.
Yevhen Konoplyanka (Dnipro)
Tottenham are still well in the race to sign the winger. Recent reports have created speculation that he could be Liverpool bound after a Tweet from the player’s agent but Tottenham’s interest doesn’t appear to have dropped as they look to add another quality wide man to their squad.
Seydou Doumbia (CSKA Moscow)
TalkSport reports that the 26-year-old Russian based striker has emerged as an alternative attacking target Tottenham could consider. Doumbia has a decent record this season of 13 goals in 15 league appearances so far, having previously scored 50 goals in two seasons at Young Boys.
David Marshall (Cardiff City)
Marshall has been one of the standout goalkeepers over the second half of the season. He’s emerged as a potential replacement for Hugo Lloris, should Tottenham decide to sell the Frenchman this summer if a good, large offer comes in. However, Marshall has refused to talk about speculation, stating his commitment to the Welsh club.