Winger set for Spurs medical

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The latest Tottenham Hotspur transfer target is rumoured to be Marseille winger Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.

According to press reports today, Spurs scouts were impressed by K’Koudou when they were watching striker Michy Batshuayi who ended up signing for Chelsea.

Some press outlets in France are even going as far as claiming that a fee of £10.8million has already been agreed between both clubs for the 21-year-old who will now fly to London to undergo a medical with Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

There’s no doubt that we are in need of another wide player following the departure of Andros Townsend last season.  There has been some speculation claiming that Nacer Chadli could be one of the players heading out of the exit at N17 – simply put, we need a wide man who can put the fear of god into full-backs and put some great service into the box for the likes of Harry Kane to get on the end of.

N’Koudou would be our third signing of the summer after already securing the services of Victor Wanyama and Victor Janssen.

What should Tottenham’s transfer priorities be?  Have your say below

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  1. I'm not convinced he is the right player for Spurs. He doesn't look that impressive, half the player of Wijnaldum. He is similar to Njie and he has struggled. Hope we go for someone else.

    • Just to let you know he had a better season than njie before njie came to us and he’s younger he scored 10 goals and had 7 assist in all competition this season and had 3 man of the match and created 37 chances with and average rating of 7.34

      • While njie had 7 goals and 7 assist with 0 man of the match and created 31 chance and a average rating of 6.94 and he’s a better dribble than njie and more technical

  2. pochettino must give heung ming son more chances of playing this season. He will see the best of him. Kane was burnt out in the euro 2016.

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