With Vincent Janssen struggling to adapt to life in the Premier League, there is need for Tottenham Hotspur to sign an able back-up to Harry Kane in the summer transfer window.
Tottenham could still persevere with Janssen, but it would not be a wise idea to bank on the Netherlands international striker next season, especially if Kane gets injured.
While Spurs are a massive club and are likely to feature in the Champions League, they could struggle to attract a top-quality and established goalscorer.
After all, not many strikers at the top of their game would be willing to come to White Hart Lane knowing that they would be playing second fiddle to Kane. Then there is the wage issue.
There is one player in the Netherlands who could solve Tottenham’s problem. Kasper Dolberg is only 19 years of age, but the Ajax forward looks like a player who has a very bright future.
The Denmark international has scored 13 goals and created 22 chances in 24 Eredivisie games for Ajax so far this season.
The teenager has height, pace, nice touch, and he can dribble and scores a variety of goals.
Given that Dolberg is only 19 years of age, he would have a good resale value, something that would be of interest to Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.