Tottenham are keeping tabs on Blackburn Rovers midfielder Bradley Dack, according to the London Evening Standard.
Greenwich-born Dack joined Blackburn from Gillingham in the summer of 2017 and helped Rovers achieve promotion from League One with 18 goals in 42 appearances.
The 24-year-old, who played against Spurs for Gillingham in a 2016/17 EFL Cup tie, has made a flying start to life in the Championship, scoring six goals already.
Dack hasn’t represented England at any level, but that could change if a recent report is to be believed.
Tucked away in a story about Juan Foyth’s future, the Standard claims Spurs have been watching Dack.
The Londoners tried to sign Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish over the summer but ended up bringing in no new recruits, which Mauricio Pochettino has put down to targets being unaffordable.
Perhaps Tottenham see Dack as a cheaper alternative to Grealish who could still compete for a place in Pochettino’s team.
If Dack does join Spurs, his chances of playing for England will increase – a number of Tottenham players have featured prominently for the Three Lions in recent years.
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