JUST IN: Tottenham now weighing up January bid to sign ‘incredible’ £40m striker

As they search for a new striker in January, Tottenham Hotspur will now focus on Dominik Solanke, a forward for Bournemouth.

Spurs are still searching for a center striker despite Richarlison’s recent improvement in performance, which includes four goals in his previous three games, one of which came against Everton last time out.

There was a gap in the front line when Harry Kane left in the summer. It was there that Heung-Min Son performed before to Richarlison’s comeback.

As to The Sun, Tottenham is currently considering Dominic Solanke as a possible acquisition.

Tottenham looking at signing Dominic Solanke
As the January window gets closer, Solanke is reportedly becoming a target for Tottenham, according to a report from The Sun.

The last time out, Solanke scored an incredible hat-trick against Nottingham Forest. The former player for Liverpool and Chelsea has already scored more than ten goals this year.

Spurs are apparently taking notice of his play and would like to bring in a new number nine if possible.

After turning down a £40 million bid for their top player in the summer, Bournemouth may expect a hefty price for the striker.

Solanke would make this Spurs team better.
If Tottenham is to continue pushing for a spot in the top four, they will definitely need to add players in the January transfer window.

Ange Postecoglou has done so much work and in our view, deserves to be backed to the hilt by Daniel Levy and co.

Solanke is obviously doing very well at Bournemouth this season. He’d need little time to settle and would be able to instantly help Spurs.

Bournemouth, as we know, are in no rush to sell and are doing well under new boss Andoni Iraola.

Tottenham, then, might well need to break the bank to land Solanke. If not, then they might well lose him to another club.

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