Tottenham Hotspur arguably need more options in attacking areas, so perhaps one of their former targets could be an option worth pursuing.
The Daily Mail reported back in 2015 that Tottenham had previously held an interest in Adem Ljajic, then of Roma. And while nothing came of the speculation in years gone by, perhaps now is the time for Spurs to reignite their interest with the 25-year-old enjoying a brilliant season.
Despite another hugely promising campaign of their own, Mauricio Pochettino's men will surely end the year without a trophy once again, seemingly setting up a crucial summer for the club as they look to add the kind of quality and depth that will see them clear those last hurdles currently keeping them from silverware.
Adding options in attacking areas must surely be something that Tottenham must consider as they look to battle on several fronts next season, and thus, reviving their interest in Ljajic may be a wise idea.
The Serbian grabbed the headlines in Italy at the weekend after scoring a stunning goal in the Turin derby, with his sumptuous free-kick silencing Juventus Stadium before Juventus went on to equalise in stoppage-time through Gonzalo Higuain.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
The forward took his tally in Serie A to nine goals for the campaign with the brilliantly-placed set-piece that left Neto rooted to the spot, while he has also contributed eight assists.
With Torino set for an unspectacular finish in the top flight - they currently sit ninth with three games to go - it would hardly be a surprise if the chance to join a side preparing for a Champions League campaign appealed to Ljajic.
And as he could provide more depth to Tottenham's squad both in attacking midfield and up front, Spurs may be wise to now target a move for the highly-talented international.