Tottenham Hotspur became the first Premier League club ever to not make a single summer signing in the transfer window this year.
However, with injuries mounting up, Pochettino may be forced to dip his toes into the transfer market come January.
One position in which Tottenham may need to strengthen is on the wing, with Lucas Moura and Heung-Min Son the only real first choice wingers at the club.
N’Koudou has failed to make an impact in North London, and isn’t providing any pressure on or back up to their first team stars.
One player who Spurs think may make the grade however is young Alex Marshall, according to teamtalk.
The Jamaican international has been likened to Raheem Sterling, as they have a similar style of play and both have deep connections to Jamaica.
Marshall currently plays for Cavalier in his home country, but Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham, Leicester and Aston Villa are said to be keen.
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