After two consecutive transfer windows without spending, Tottenham fans will hope there is at least some activity next summer to improve the squad.
Spurs are of course managing their move to a new stadium and do remain in the Premier League title race, but could do with some fresh faces further down the line.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino should be allowed to draw up potential targets and Benfica wonderkid Joao Felix should be in his sights.
According to the Mirror, Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers are in pole position for the 19-year-old attacker.
The report details that Wolves’ link-up with super agent Jorge Mendes will give them a boost, but the highly-rated player won’t come cheap.
Spurs should blow their English rivals out of the water and join the race for the attacker, who could have his pick of Europe’s elite clubs to choose from.
Felix is quickly making a reputation for himself in Portugal as the next big thing and it would be brilliant for Mauricio Pochettino’s side to chase him.
The teenager has made 23 senior appearances for Benfica this season, scoring nine goals and supplying five assists in return.
He is a trickster with sensational ball control and dribbling, while he’s proven he can play in wide areas or more centrally in attack.
Felix looks a serious star for the future if he continues to develop and Pochettino could be a great mentor to oversee his development.