Jamie Redknapp has told Sky Sports that he wouldn't be surprised if Tottenham Hotspur made a shock move for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is the only Premier League manager yet to make a signing this summer.
Ross Barkley continues to be linked, while The Sun claimed that the Argentine will make a £35 million move for Ajax defender Davinson Sanchez.
Until one or both arrive, however, the frustration within the Spurs' fanbase will continue to bubble as their Premier League season kicks off at Newcastle United on Sunday.
Redknapp would love to see the Everton midfielder in North London, but believes that even a surprising bid for the Crystal Palace ace - who only signed a new five-year contract in May - could be in the reckoning.
"I think Barkley would be the perfect player to do something different and I wouldn't even be surprised if they put in a late bid for Wilfried Zaha," he told Sky Sports.
Zaha is a winger and the Lilywhites boss should be looking at a right-back, after losing Kyle Walker, and a striker to cover the red-hot Harry Kane.
Kieran Trippier is the only proven right-back on the books and, tragically, Kane is the only proven striker that Pochettino has, after Vincent Janssen - who scored twice from open play in 38 matches last season - flopped in a big way since his £17 million move.