Tottenham Hotspur could sign Adama Traore and then switch Heung-Min Son into a striking position, Football London say.
Tottenham are expected to launch a bid for the Wolves winger in the coming days, as they look to bolster their attacking options.
This could be initially on loan with an obligation to make the move permanent next summer.
Tottenham have been hunting a striker for much of the transfer window so far, but all their attempts have failed.
As a result the club apparently may decide to bring in Traore, deploy him down the wing, and then move Son into a central striking position.
Son, who Gary Neville has called ‘brilliant’ (Sky), has led the line in Harry Kane’ absence to date, but it seems that the formation could ultimately switch and Spurs could line up with the pair together.
They would surely be licking their lips at the service which Traore could provide too.
The Wolves powerhouse can be unstoppable at his very best, and although his final product isn’t always the most reliable, he is a massive danger to opposition sides.
His pace certainly could make Tottenham even more of a threat on the counter attack.
And with Spurs looking to make some final tweaks to their squad in the last few days of the transfer window, Traore certainly would be an exciting addition to their attacking ranks.