5 forwards Tottenham could sign, plus our top pick

There is very little doubt that Spurs will look to sign a new center-forward over the summer, so I will be looking at names that have been mentioned, the pros and cons, and who Spurs should or should not sign
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Lois Openda
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Lois Openda - pros. Openda has scored 24 league goals and provided 7 assists in 33 games (SofaScore) for RB Leipzig this season, after joining the club from RC Lens last summer. The Belgian striker is lightning-quick and has the mobility to play in an Ange Postecoglu side. Per SofaScore, he also scored 4 goals in 8 Champions League games this season, including an impressive brace at The Etihad. Openda turned 24 in February, so has plenty of room to grow and develop under Ange and become a world-beater for Spurs.

Lois Openda - cons. The striker has four years left on his current contract, therefore Leipzig has no incentive to sell unless they get a big fee. For how good his goalscoring record is, he also misses as much as he scores. He has missed 22 big chances in the Bundesliga this season, the second most out of any player (SofaScore).

Verdict - second choice premium signing, sign if first choice is not attainable.