According to The Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino wants to sign three Portuguese internationals; Southampton's Cedric Soares, Wolverhampton Wanderers' Ruben Neves and Sporting's Gelson Martins.
Spurs lost 2-1 to Manchester United in Saturday evening's FA Cup semi-final clash, meaning they will end another season without a trophy.
It's now 10 silverware-less years for Tottenham, and with some players linked with summer exits, Pochettino needs to identify transfer targets for the summer window ahead of next season.
Now, The Mirror report that Tottenham are now lining up moves for three Portuguese internationals this summer, with Cedric Soares, Ruben Neves and Gelson Martins all wanted.
Tottenham attempted to replace Kyle Walker with Serge Aurier last summer, but with the Ivorian struggling to impress, Southampton ace Cedric could emerge as a target for Spurs – especially if the Saints suffer relegation.
In midfield, Mousa Dembele could depart this summer, and Wolves ace Neves could be targeted after hitting six goals and one assist in Wanderers' Championship-winning campaign, with the 21-year-old destined for a bright future.
Tottenham did bring in one winger in January by landing Lucas Moura from Paris Saint-Germain, but Sporting wide man Martins is believed to be another target, with the speedster recording 11 goals and eight assists this season.
Moves for the trio could push upwards of £75million, but Tottenham would be replenishing their squad, and adding three talents with their best years ahead of them.
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