Justin Kluivert and Donny Van de Been have scored Eredivisie hat-tricks in successive weekends - Spurs will surely have to bid very big.
Tottenham are likely to be active in the January transfer window as they look to kickstart their 2017-18 season.
Things may not have worked out a Newcastle but should Wolves take a look at Ajax's Siem de Jong to improve their attack?
Newcastle United have struggled in the final third this season since their promotion to the Premier League.
Klaassen has struggled badly at Everton - but his Ajax successor Donny van de Beek could prove a fine addition for Tottenham Hotspur.
After the success of Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld, Spurs are attempting to raid Ajax again for Justin Kluivert.
Long before he was sacked, a criticism of Ronald Koeman at Everton was that he seemed to regard the club as a stepping stone. “He called us Everton, he never called us ‘us’,” as the former Everton captain Kevin Ratcliffe put it on Monday. Koeman’s ultimate ambition, as he has made clear since he took his first steps in management with Vitesse in 2000, is to manage Barcelona.
Kasper Dolberg is an immense talent but now is not the time for the Everton-linked striker to swap the Eredivisie for the Premier League.
Swansea City are the Premier League's second lowest goalscorers but that would change if they finally landed Ziyech from Eredivisie giants Ajax.
Davy Klaassen swapped the Eredivisie for the Premier League this summer but Everton are still waiting to see the best from him.
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As Manchester United’s players celebrated with the Europa League trophy, José Mourinho brandished a red flag. He walked in front of his squad and tried to plant it into the pitch.
There was a moment at the final whistle when José Mourinho went looking for someone. This match had come to mean so much to Manchester United that three of his injured players – Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly – had just attempted to sprint to the centre-circle on crutches. Then Mourinho saw his son, the modestly named José Jr, and suddenly man and boy were rolling around the pitch.