While rumours are gathering pace over a bid from Spurs for Roma’s Mirko Vucinic, a new target has emerged today in the shape of Hamburg striker Paulo Guerrero.
Earlier in the week, the Peruvian forward made one of those obscure comments that the press like to jump on from time to time,
“I am on holiday and it is a fact that I am still under contract at Hamburg,” he told the German press.
“But, at some point in life, everyone fancies a change of scenery.”
Hamburg meanwhile have stated that there has been no approach for the player who scored 5 goals in the Copa America but there are suggestions that Spurs could look to Guerrero if their attempts to sign Vucinic fail and if they do travel to Hamburg, they will need to deal with general manager and old acquaintance Frank Arnesen.
However, the 27 year old averages less than a goal every three games in the Bundesliga and could represent much more of a punt if Spurs were to make an approach.