Tottenham fans had a Tuesday to remember following the double signing of Jack Clarke and Tanguy Ndombele.
18-year-old attacker Clarke arrived from Leeds United and has returned to the Championship side for the 2019/20 campaign on loan.
Meanwhile, Spurs paid a club-record £53.8million (BBC) for box-to-box midfielder Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have shown some ambition in the summer transfer window and they should not stop there.
The North London club need more recruits to build on their runners-up finish in last season’s Champions League and to try close the gap to the Premier League’s top two.
Spurs should reignite interest in former target Jarrod Bowen, who they reportedly wanted in January (Sun).
The Sun now reports that Arsenal are preparing a £12million bid for the Championship attacker despite Spurs keeping tabs.
It is understood that he is valued at £15million, but Arsenal may be able to strike a deal for £3million cheaper.
Pochettino’s team should look to hijack the Arsenal interest and offer him a route to Premier League football with them.
The left-footed winger was in sensational form last season, as he scored 22 goals and supplied four assists in the Championship for Hull.
Bowen, 22, has so much potential to succeed in the top-flight too if given the chance and would provide another young option in attack.
New boy Clarke may not be ready for the step up in divisions yet, but Hull’s Bowen definitely looks more of the finished article and a potential bargain at around £15million.