Tottenham have reportedly made an inquiry over a potential summer deal for Amiens SC striker Serhou Guirassy.
Jose Mourinho was in the hunt for a new striker throughout the January transfer window, after key man Harry Kane was ruled out for months with a hamstring issue.
However, deals for the likes of Edinson Cavani, Willian Jose, Islam Slimani and Verdat Muriqi failed to materialize and Jose’s ended up signing wide attacker Steven Bergwijn from PSV.
As a result, the north London club has been on the market for a new forward to ease the burden on Kane when he eventually returns to first-team action and according to Le10 Sport, Spurs ‘took information’ about Guirassy ‘recently’.
The striker, who is expected to leave this summer, has an asking price of €15m ‘minimum’, however there are talks that could even reach €20m.
Amiens was recently relegated down to Ligue 2 after the French government called it a day on the top two leagues, and it looks like they will do business for the right price.
So it looks like Spurs may have to move quick for the France Under-20 star, who scored nine goals in 24 appearances before the season in France came to a premature end.