Tottenham have a brilliant squad at their disposal that are desperate to end the club’s 11-year wait for silverware and have talent in every position.
But perhaps one area that Spurs are short is in the wide areas, where they could do with an old fashioned winger that hogs the touchline to give them an extra dimension.
The likes of Heung-Min Son, Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura are skilful talents that can play on the wing, but often drop into more central positions on the pitch.
Spurs should consider a move for Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser, who has been in the form of his life this season.
The left-winger has made 26 appearances across all competitions this campaign, scoring six goals and supplying 10 assists in return.
He’s a 24-year-old that is tearing up the Premier League with his express pace and trickery, while he could add a great dimension to the North London club.
According to the Sun, Fraser has just 18 months left on his deal with Bournemouth and they want to try extend his contract.
But it’s understood that Everton are keen on the Scotland international and could even submit an offer of around £15million in January.
Fraser is a highly-rated talent with immense potential and has the type of profile that would fit in perfect with manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Spurs’ boss has a knack of improving player and could be the perfect mentor to take Fraser to the next level if the club consider hijacking interest in him.