Spurs have been linked with a move for the Utrecht striker Sebastien Haller.
Since moving to the Eredivisie club from Auxerre in 2014, the French forward has scored 43 goals in 75 games. His scoring ratio is also impressive at international level, with Haller having found the net 13 times in 20 appearances for the France U21 side.
Still only 22, the 6ft 2″ striker is said to be valued at £7m, with his agent claiming that he could be available in January. Inter Milan are also said to be interested.
A powerful player with good aerial ability, Haller is a very relaxed finisher. With a silky touch and decent pace, he looks to have the raw tools to succeed in the Premier League.
Yet having signed Vincent Janssen after a successful season in the Eredivisie, only for the Dutch striker to struggle to find the net in his opening months at White Hart Lane, some might question if Haller is the right type of striker for Tottenham.
Such an untried player represents another gamble. Watch below and let us know if you think Haller is the type of player that Spurs should be signing.