Which Young Striker Should Tottenham Sign?

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Who should Tottenham sign?

Out of the list with these four strikers, the best option is Saido Berahino.

For obvious reasons, he has everything that Mauricio Pochettino needs: a young player and has immense talent. The added bonus would be having Premier League experience and being a homegrown talent in England.

The money would be the only drawback for Berahino as West Brom should reject the initial bid of £15 million but if the next offer(s) don’t get too high then Tottenham would have their fourth signing and first offensive player. However if Daniel Levy decides anything more than £20 million is too much if their first offer is rejected, then Clinton N’Jie is the next logical choice due to Anthony Martial and Timo Werner both not being for sale.

This doesn’t rule out Martial and Werner for next summer’s transfer window.

Tottenham could still try again especially if able to qualify for the Champions League. Should a fifth place finish happen once more, Timo Werner could be a name to look into as he could fit nicely in the Europa League to see how he stands up against other elite players and clubs.

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