This summer could turn out to be a pivotal one for Tottenham, as they look to take the next step up and make a serious challenge for both the Premier League title and the Champions League.
Spurs' two most important figures Harry Kane and Mauricio Pochettino have been linked with exits from the club at the end of the season, though, and that could spell disaster for the Lilywhites.
Whilst Tottenham will surely fight tooth and nail to keep hold of both their manager and star striker, when a club with Bayern's stature come knocking, it can be hard to resist their overtures.
The Argentine arrived in north London in the summer of 2014, and has gone on to firmly establish himself as one of the continent's best managers, after transforming Spurs into genuine challengers both domestically and on the continent.
Kane, meanwhile, is widely considered to be one of the best strikers in Europe, having already chalked up 134 goals in 204 appearances for Tottenham.
The Lilywhites must prove their ambition in the summer by rejecting any advances for their manager and prized hitman, if they truly want to continue their progression and development as a top European club.
Pochettino and Kane represent Spurs' best chance of achieving success over the next few years, and losing them both this summer could prove to be the beginning of the end for them.