Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has had some bad luck with injuries during 2020, which has massively highlighted the need to sign another striker at the next available opportunity.
The lack of options within the Spurs squad has been magnified by injury problems to Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son, so the North London club surely have to prioritise signing a forward in the next transfer window.
The Daily Star reported back in January that Southampton’s Danny Ings was on the radar for Spurs.
Ings stayed at St Mary’s during the transfer window and he’s rediscovered his very best form this season for Premier League outfit Southampton, which suggests he’s ready to rejoin one of the top teams in the division.
The 27-year-old now looks back to the form that saw Liverpool previously sign him and also helped him earn one senior international cap for England.
He’s scored a brilliant 18 goals in just 33 games across all competitions this campaign for the Saints and is such an instinctive finisher when he gets chances.
Ings would add the firepower to the Spurs squad that they are crying out for next years and he’s got an immense work-rate that would make him a fan favourite, plus he should be reaching the peak years of his career.
His Premier League experience makes him an ideal target for the summer and he should become a priority.
Kane is going to the Spurs talisman in attack whenever he’s fit, but the pressure he’s had to carry on his shoulders in recent times is immense and having a quality teammate to rotate with could be a massive help.