Bony, Berahino and Gray - 3 Premier League strikers Spurs should consider

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy

Tottenham are well known to be looking for attacking reinforcements, here are three Premier League alternatives to Vincent Janssen.

Vincent Janssen scores the first goal for NetherlandsVincent Janssen scores for Netherlands

With Tottenham seemingly looking abroad for strikers to sign to ease the burden on main man Harry Kane, and not doing a particularly successful job of bringing anyone in with rumours of a move for AZ forward Vincent Janssen continuing to drag on, we have compiled a list of three attackers much closer to home that the club should consider if their European hunting continues to frustrate.

Wilfried Bony

The Ivory Coast international has had a difficult time of it at Manchester City since his big money move from Swansea City, and last season found himself third in the pecking order behind Nigerian starlet Kelechi Iheanacho.

Manchester City's Wilfried Bony in action with Southampton's Victor WanyamaManchester City's Wilfried Bony in action with Southampton's Victor Wanyama

Still only 27, Bony would likely be available for considerably less than the Citizens paid for him, and he has a record of at least one in two at every club he has played for before he moved to the Etihad.

Saido Berahino

Hard to ignore the West Brom striker, even if Tottenham may have had their moment in regards to courting the player. For the £15 million to £20 million bracket, there are few around that tick as many boxes as the 22-year-old. He's still young, he's proven in the Premier League, and he can play wide or alongside Harry Kane.

West Bromwich Albion's Saido Berahino in actionWest Bromwich Albion's Saido Berahino in action

There are question marks about his temperament and his form last season, but he should definitely still be under consideration.

Andre Gray

Plenty of strikers have come into the Premier League on the back of outstanding Championship seasons and seamlessly adjusted to the level, and Gray is very likely to be the next man to do so. The 25-year-old has been a explosive goalscorer throughout his career, and it's crazy to think that he was playing in the Conference in 2014.

Such is his talent, it would surprise no one if he reached double figures at least for the Clarets next season. It would cost a lot to convince Burnley to sell their star striker, but with his pace, he could certainly play across the front line and also off Kane.

Burnley's Andre Gray and Leeds United's Gaetano Berardi in actionBurnley's Andre Gray and Leeds United's Gaetano Berardi in action

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