With reports coming through suggesting that Spurs have been quoted a fee in the region of £31m for Fernando Llorente, could Harry Redknapp follow the lead of other premiership managers and take a look at free agent David Trezeguet?
The 33-year old French international is available on a free following his departure from relegated Spanish side Hercules in the summer after scoring 12 goals in 31 appearances in La Liga. He is best known for his time at Juventus where he played for 10 years and throughout his club and international career, the player has averaged around a goal every other game.
Naturally his wage demands are going to be high, but that hasn’t put Swansea and Aston Villa off and outside of the Premiership, Trezeguet is attracting interest from all over Europe.
It’s a long shot at best but during this transfer window, Spurs have been linked to worse players than David Trezeguet.