31st January 2018 was the last time which Tottenham Hotspur dipped into the transfer market when they signed Lucas Moura from PSG for £33.5m (BBC).
Two transfer windows have since come and gone without any fresh faces arriving in North London, however, this summer is expected to be different.
The Sun report that chairman Daniel Levy has given Mauricio Pochettino permission to strengthen his squad following the Champions League final and could be set to offer a fellow Premier League club £80million to part with two of their star players.
Spurs are said to be keen on Bournemouth pair David Brooks and Callum Wilson as part of Pochettino’s plans to take the club to the next level.
Pochettino has also identified Wilson to provide competition and cover for his England team-mate Harry Kane.
Spurs are set to test Bournemouth’s resolve with a bid of £40milion per player.
Brooks has been one of the Premier League’s most impressive young players this season and would certainly fit into Mauricio Pochettino’s style of play.
Wilson’s return of 14 Premier League goals this season would certainly help to share the goalscoring burden in North London with Kane.
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