Tottenham are reportedly interested in AC Milan centre-forward Patrick Cutrone.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, Spurs have made contact with the Serie A club alongside Borussia Dortmund about the striker and been informed it’s likely he will cost around £30million.
It is understood the 21-year-old may be allowed to leave the San Siro due to a lack of game time in the second half of the season if an appropriate offer arrives.
Spurs need to try find an understudy to talisman Harry Kane next season, despite the fact veteran Fernando Llorente does a decent job when he is needed.
Cutrone would be a risk for a fairly large transfer fee, but is worth the risk for the North London club.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has a knack of nurturing young players and Cutrone could well end up following that trend.
The Italian is a physical striker with a presence and also has a decent amount of senior experience under his belt with Milan.
He’s managed nine goals in 32 appearances across all competitions this campaign, but is not the first-choice option for them.
Cutrone is a fairly composed finisher for someone of his age and has many attributes that could see him succeed in English football.
Spurs fans need the boost of a new exciting attacker to arrive ahead of next season and the future star from Milan may be just the man.