Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on PSV winger Hirving Lozano.

According to The Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur are eyeing up PSV Eindhoven winger Hirving Lozano for a 2019 move, with a £25million fee mentioned.

Spurs will be in the market for new signings in January having failed to make any summer additions, and it seems they have their sights set on one of their Champions League rivals.

Tottenham must face PSV Eindhoven in their next two Champions League games, and earlier this week, midfielder Jorrit Hendrix and winger Steven Bergwijn were linked with making the move from Eindhoven to North London.

Now, The Mirror report that Tottenham are also eyeing up another PSV winger in Lozano, with a £25million fee mentioned for the wide man once the transfer window re-opens.

Lozano, 23, joined PSV from Pachuca in his native Mexico last summer, and hit 19 goals in 34 games last season to help PSV win the title, drawing huge interest in the process.

The pacey winger, nicknamed ‘Chucky’, then terrorised Germany at the World Cup this summer and has started this season on fire, scoring seven goals in 11 outings – and that takes his tally to 26 goals in just 45 games for PSV.

That’s a stunning record, and the Mexican international would be an exciting addition to the Tottenham attack, joining Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura in bringing pace from wide areas.

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