Tottenham have reportedly made Lille’s Jonathan David a possible replacement for Harry Kane.
Kane’s future at Tottenham remains doubtful, with Bayern Munich interested in signing him. The England international has just one year left on his deal in North London, and Bayern Munich has sent two huge bids to try and price him away from the Premier League.
However, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has maintained that Kane is not for sale this summer. Yet it is possible that he could leave, and so Tottenham are considering some options who could fill up for him should he departs.
Football journalist Rudy Galetti claims that Spurs have made the Canadian international a transfer option if they sell Kane.
The striker has scored 58 goals in 136 appearances for the French club and has two years remaining on his contract.
Per Galetti, Lille values him at £50m and will sell him if the right offer comes.
Meanwhile, another option for Tottenham is Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic. The Serbian remains a target for the North London club, but PSG are leading the race for the 23-year-old with personal terms already agreed.