Tottenham may offload 12-goal forward to fund Dominic Solanke transfer

According to an English report, Tottenham Hotspur are considering offloading a 12-goal forward to fund their Dominic Solanke transfer pursuit in the summer.
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Tottenham Hotspur have their work cut out for them in the summer transfer window. With player arrivals expected by fans, it is also the case that players will leave the club. As per a Hotspur HQ report published yesterday, there are currently eight players on the Tottenham transfer list - Well, one more won't hurt, will it?

Tottenham may offload 12-goal forward to fund Dominic Solanke transfer

Added to the aforementioned transfer list of eight players could be Richarlison. According to a report from talkSPORT, Richarlison is one of the players who Ange Postecoglou is considering selling to fund a summer rebuild. It is believed that Richarlison is a profitable asset and losing him could be a small price to pay for the big reward of building for the future.

While it has been a common Tottenham transfer practice to sign young players for the future, Ange Postecoglou will seek an established Premier League striker to finally fill the void left by selling Harry Kane last summer. TalkSPORT name Dominic Solanke as their desired striker.

Scoring 19 Premier League goals for Bournemouth has not gone unnoticed and Dominic Solanke will be a wanted man in the summer transfer window. Therefore, Tottenham should expect significant competition and given that Solanke is a homegrown player, they should also anticipate paying a premium price tag for his signature.

Ange Postecoglou has made no secret of his desire to strengthen the Tottenham Hotspur lineup. Questioning the club's mentality, it is clear that the Aussie boss envisions a structural reset of the mentality of the club. This includes bringing in players who have a point to prove and Dominic Solanke is certainly one of those players.

Solanke has high ambitions of becoming a regular England international. To do so and compete with Harry Kane in the England squad, a big-money move to Tottenham, who will compete for a spot in the Champions League next season, could be his best avenue to achieving this.


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