Tottenham Hotspur may be looking to enhance their strike force this summer, with a number of first team stars potentially leaving the club.
Spurs have used Fernando Llorente far more plentifully this season compared to last, but the Spanish centre forward could still be on his way, potentially to his old club Athletic Bilbao.
Vincent Janssen will also surely be on his way out of North London after failing to make any impact under Pochettino, and subsequently frozen out of the squad this season.
A report by TeamTalk suggests that Tottenham may have some hope in signing experienced ex-Man City winger Nolito.
Nolito is currently playing for Sevilla and has been since 2017, but his game time has been limited this season due to an ankle injury.
Reports in the Spanish media now claim that he may be phased out of the squad and sold in the summer with only a year left on his contract.
Should Spurs be interested? Some would see Nolito as a move backwards in terms of aspirations, signing an injured 32-year-old instead of brining in a marquee signing.
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