Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly closing in a double-deal for Vincent Janssen and Antonio Sanabria.
The Daily Mirror claim that Tottenham Hotspur are aiming to complete a double swoop for both Vincent Janssen and Antonio Sanabria this summer, and that must lead to questions over the futures of both Clinton N’Jie and Heung-Min Son at White Hart Lane.
Janssen and Sanabria are both expected to make switches to the North London side this summer, which will considerably increase Mauricio Pochettino’s forward options.
Both Son and N’Jie only arrived at Tottenham last summer, but they had limited impacts in their first seasons.
The pair will argue that injury did not help their progress, but with Spurs intending to add to their forward ranks it is hard to see where they fit in.
After the arrival of Janssen and Sanabria, Spurs will have three strikers competing for one-spot - with Harry Kane likely to continue leading the line - meaning there is no room for either Son or N’Jie up-front.
Their best hope may be as wingers, but Spurs seem fairly well stocked out wide.
Nacer Chadli, Erik Lamela, Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli can all play out wide, while even Ryan Mason played down the right-hand side on occasion last season.
Given that Son is on a sizeable contract and set Spurs back a lot of money last summer, there must be a doubt over his future if he is only to be afforded a back-up role.
N’Jie, meanwhile, was bought as one for the future, but his development is unlikely to be well served from the bench and it may be that Tottenham look to cash-in on the forward sooner than expected.