Tottenham are reportedly keen on Braga winger Rafa Silva.
Braga winger Rafa Silva
Spurs have added two new faces this summer in holding midfielder Victor Wanyama as well as Dutch goalscorer Vincent Janssen, whilst a deal for Marseille winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou is close to completion according to Sky Sports.
England's Danny Rose in action with Portugal's Rafa Silva
However, manager Mauricio Pochettino may yet want another winger given that questions remain over the future of Nacer Chadli, and a wide man is being linked with the club today.
The London Evening Standard report that Tottenham have been scouting Braga star Rafa Silva, and may now move to sign him this month.
Sporting Braga's Rafa Silva in action against Shakhtar Donetsk's Maksym Malyshev
Silva, 23, has been one of Braga's key players ever since joining from Feirense in 2013, and impressed last season with 12 goals and eight assists for the Portuguese side last season.
The winger also featured for Portugal at Euro 2016 this summer, and looks set to be in demand as we approach the transfer deadline at the end of the month.
Portugal's Rafa Silva in action with Austria's Florian Klein
The report claims that Porto and Zenit St. Petersburg are both keen on Silva, but he wants a move to England if the possibility arises - something Tottenham will be aware of.
A pacey, skillful wide man with the ability to play out wide or as an attacking midfielder, Silva could be another dangerous attacking player for Tottenham, and would allegedly cost just £10m - the ideal range for Spurs, who have been signing players with potential for under £20m under Pochettino.
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