Mauricio Pochettino has worked wonders since taking over as manager of Spurs in May 2014, but he still has a lot of work to do, if he is to guide his side to major honours.
One particular area of concern for the Tottenham boss will be his forward department, with his side having become over reliant on Harry Kane, and Fernando Llorente failing to impress in north London.
Fotomac reported this morning that Napoli are interested in signing Spurs' currently loaned out ace Vincent Janssen in the summer, and Pochettino could use the Serie A outfit's interest in the Dutchman to his advantage.
The Argentine is a long-term admirer of Napoli hitman Arkadiusz Milik, with Italian media outlet Calcio Mercato reporting earlier this year that he has identified the Poland international as a potential replacement for Harry Kane, should the English striker ever leave Tottenham.
Standing at 6ft 1in tall, the 23-year-old front-man possesses the physique and necessary attributes required to be a success in the Premier League, and he perfectly fits the bill of a potential Poch signing.
He is young, hungry, and incredibly fit - all prerequisites for anyone hoping to play under the Argentine's highly intense regime.
Milik has already racked up 36 international caps for Poland, which proves his quality, considering the fact that Robert Lewandowski is the first name on the Pole's team-sheet.
The Napoli man would be a superb addition to the Spurs squad, and possesses the kind of quality that could help take them to the next level, what with the competition and cover that he would provide for Kane.
Whether the Italian side would be prepared to sanction the 23-year-old's exit remains to be seen, but if their interest in Janssen is genuine, Tottenham should have every chance of bringing Milik to the club in the summer.
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