Tottenham's next signing could be even more exciting than Vincent Janssen

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Tottenham Hotspur are planning on adding another player in attack, and can set their sights high.

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel LevyTottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy

Tottenham Hotspur have conducted impressive transfer business this summer, bringing in Vincent Janssen and Victor Wanyama.

Both are impressive additions, with Janssen especially exciting as he is the first striker the club have bought since 2013.

Yet their business is unlikely to be done just yet, and reports suggest they are looking at exciting names who could transform their attack.

Mario Gotze - Germany celebrates goalMario Gotze celebrates his World Cup winning goal

German newspaper BILD reported at the weekend that Spurs have made an approach for Mario Gotze, with the German international potentially looking for a fresh start after a disappointing if trophy laden spell at Bayern Munich.

This has since been denied in the Evening Standard, but suggests the calibre of player Tottenham are looking to sign.

SkySports report there are other names on their radar, as well as their well known interest in Georginio Wijnaldum.

The outlet claims Mainz playmaker Yunus Malli, and Lille forward Sofiane Boufal remain on their radar, with Spurs scouting both extensively.

Picture Supplied by Action ImagesSofiane Boufal

The Mail reported Quincy Promes is a player on their radar, with the Dutch winger also well known to international teammate Janssen.

What all of these players have in common is that they are dynamic, pacy attackers, with an eye for goal and able to create.

Netherlands' Quincy Promes in action as Republic of Ireland's John O'Shea looks onNetherlands' Quincy Promes in action as Republic of Ireland's John O'Shea looks on

Any one of them could conceivably become a regular starter at Spurs, which is something Vincent Janssen will not be able to say, due to the outstanding performances of Harry Kane over the past two seasons.

The luxury of having signed their two most pressing needs early, a defensive midfielder and a striker, is that Tottenham can take their time to really ensure they have got the right man, and not have to worry about a last minute panic to complete their business as they have done in previous years.

If Spurs can sign a player like Boufal or Promes, and they start delivering from day one, their acquisition will become the most exciting proposition of the lot, as it will help get the best out of the two prolific strikers now on their books.

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