Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a move for the exciting youngster.
Despite impressing on the most part this season, Spurs still seem to lack that cutting edge in the final third during tight games, and are far too heavily reliant upon Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen to produce the goods.
Mauricio Pochettino undoubtedly needs another established striker to compete with Kane and Fernando Llorente, and the Argentine is reportedly eyeing a swoop for Schalke man Breel Embolo, according to the Mirror.
The 20-year-old is certainly a talented player, and has plenty of potential, but is he really the kind of player that Tottenham need at this moment in time?
The Switzerland international possesses an abundance of pace, but he is hardly the most technically gifted of players, and dribbling with the ball close to feet is definitely not his strong point.
The Lilywhites need a player who can break down teams who sit deep and have 10 men behind the ball for the majority of the game.
When the opposition play with a deep defensive line, pace is rendered as almost useless, with more nouse and know-how required in and around the penalty area.
Embolo’s goal record is hardly prolific either – 27 in 97 career appearances thus far.
The north London outfit have plenty of players with bags of potential for the future, and should avoid adding another one to the group, but instead concentrate on signing an established winner with more of an intricate playing style than the young Swiss ace.