After two windows and no signings, Tottenham Hotspur will surely be dipping into the transfer market in summer 2019.
Mauricio Pochettino needs to inject some fresh ideas into his squad to take Tottenham to the next level. And he has been linked with a number of players recently.
According to The Express, Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish and Wolverhampton Wanderers star Diogo Jota are two targets for Spurs.
And Jota perfectly fits Tottenham’s style of play and philosophy under Pochettino so he should be seriously considered.
The Portugal youth international had a slow start to life in the Premier League but he has well and truly found his feet now.
Jota has operated as a winger and as a striker in nearly-equal measure this season, adjusting well to Nuno Espirito Santo’s change in formation.
The 22-year-old is quick, skilful and has an eye for goal, as evidenced by his seven goals and four assists for Wolves this season.
Wolves like to play with a fast tempo, just like Spurs, and Jota’s versatility makes him the ideal candidate to join Pochettino’s project.
Pochettino needs a new striker to compete with Kane and Jota could provide that, as well as being able to operate on the wings.
At the right price, the Portuguese starlet could be a shrewd long-term purchase for the North London outfit.