For the third summer in a row, Spurs will be on the lookout for a back-up striker. Vincent Janssen proved to be an £18.6 million disaster while Fernando Llorente, who joined after an excellent season from Swansea City, has not brought his South Wales form to North London with just one Premier League goal all season.
But have Tottenham already watched the striker who could provide Harry Kane with some much needed competition?
Moanes Dabbur certainly would have caught the eye as he inspired a remarkable Red Bull Salzburg comeback in the Europa League quarter-final clash with Lazio on Thursday night. The Austrian outfit were 5-2 down in the tie when Dabbur struck 56 minutes into the second leg.
By the end of the game, Salzburg had prevailed 6-5 on aggregate with a 4-1 win on the night. And Dabbur was celebrating a remarkable comeback having netted for the 26th time in all competitions across 2017/18, in front of representatives of Tottenham Hotspur according to laola1.
The Israeli goal-scorer has never played in a major European league but deserves the chance to make the step up this summer. And, having watched Salzburg on a number of occasions this season, Spurs should perhaps take a punt on Dabbur.