Seven Strikers Tottenham Could Pair With Kane

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Final Thoughts:

All of these strikers would be good options to pair up with Harry Kane.

But since they’re all starters for the most part — minus Mario Balotelli and an injured Andy Carroll — it would be hard to convince any of them to sign with Tottenham and play second fiddle to Harry Kane.

Even though Mario Balotelli has potential and is a huge high-risk high-reward type of signing, he’s a disaster waiting to happen and shouldn’t be approached despite his previous success with Inter Milan, Manchester City and AC Milan.

The same could be said for Andy Carroll who has a history of injuries despite boasting a good track record of Premier League expierence.

Mame Diouf would be a good signing, but Tottenham should be wary about his recent success. He’s playing well for Stoke City but that happened after he had to leave the country to recapture his form while he played in the Bundesliga.

Bafétimbi Gomis while also a proven striker has a case of feinting during matches when he gets stressed out, Tottenham games are stressful so this move won’t happen.

Thinking outside the box would be for Tottenham to try and sign Mario Mandzukic.

But because Spurs were only able to achieve a Europa League berth, the chances of signing him are slim to none as that’s a step down from the Champions League.

So the best that Tottenham can really do is get Papiss Demba Cissé or try and convince Ciro Immobile to leave the Bundesliga and play in the Premier League.

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