Tottenham Hotspur are on the look out for a new attacking player who can offer versatility to the final third of the pitch.

Sky Sports reporter Paul Gilmour has claimed that the North London club are looking for a player in the mould of Heung-min Son.

The South Korean has proved that he can play out wide and has also played down the middle as the main striker, notably when Harry Kane was sidelined towards the end of last season.

Son played a vital part in booking Tottenham’s place in the Champions League final when he scored in both legs of the tie against Manchester City.

The report claims that Spurs have been monitoring the progress of Gremio forward Everton Soares.

The 23-year-old was watched by the club’s chief scout Steve Hitchen during the Copa Libertadores semi-final first leg against Flamengo which took place in October.

The Brazilian international offers the flexibility of being able to operate as a second striker whilst also being able to play on the left or the right.

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