As we’ve seen with William Gallas, age and experience can pay dividends, so it’s interesting to see us linked with two veteran strikers in Ruud van Nistelrooy and Miroslav Klose.
Klose who is 32, is out of favour at Bayern Munich and available on a free at the end of the season. He has averaged around a goal every other game through his career, although he hasn’t been quite so potent in his four years at Bayern.
Van Nistelrooy however is coming up for 35 and would seem to be much more of a punt. He’s still scoring at Hamburg but as a Premier League striker, how much service could you still expect to get out of him?
It seems likely that changes will be made up front at the end of this campaign. So do you think that one, or possibly even both of these veterans could bring an improvement to Spurs strike force in the way Gallas has done at the back?