The article listed five players that could possibly move to north London, and among the most intriguing links was West Bromwich Albion striker Jay Rodriguez.
Rodriguez has quietly enjoyed a brilliant season at Premier League strugglers West Brom, developing a reputation for scoring goals against the league’s biggest clubs.
The 28-year-old striker most notably bagged the famous winner at Old Trafford last weekend, delivering an emphatic diving header to decide the title race in unlikely fashion.
Rodriguez enjoyed the best years of his career at Southampton under Pochettino, in which he recorded an outstanding 15 goals in 33 Premier League matches in 2013/14.
However, tragically for the Englishman, he suffered a devastating knee injury in April that ruled him out of the World Cup.
Tottenham have long been searching for a viable back-up option for star striker Harry Kane, with Fernando Llorente struggling during his limited opportunities this season.
Multimillion pound signing Vincent Janssen has also spent a inconsistent season on loan at Fenerbahce, and seems unlikely to break through at Spurs next season.
All these uninspiring forward options provide a brilliant chance for Rodriguez to make an impact in north London.
With Kane suffering from a recurrent ankle ligament injury, Spurs will be increasingly likely to rely on substitute striking options in the coming seasons.
The signing of Jay Rodriguez would serve as the perfect solution to this problem, allowing the lethal striker to reunite with Pochettino and contribute to the cause at White Hart Lane.