Norwich City, Bournemouth and Watford were relegated from the Premier League on Sunday, leaving a number of high-quality players with uncertain futures.
Indeed, it feels like more good players than usual were relegated this season, with all three of those clubs possessing talented footballers destined to make an immediate return to the top-flight.
So should Tottenham be in for any of them?
Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson might be a logical target. According to the Sun, Spurs are plotting a £10 million move 28-year-old striker, who would make an ideal deputy for Harry Kane.
In terms of other Bournemouth stars, David Brooks is a talented young midfielder who could yet improve, while Spurs were linked with goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale by the Daily Mail just last week. Nathan Ake would be a fine addition at centre-back too, but the Guardian think he’s off to Manchester City.
As for Watford, Abdoulaye Doucoure would add depth to Tottenham’s midfield, while 22-year-old winger Ismaila Sarr impressed in his debut Premier League season.
Despite coming bottom of the table, Norwich arguably possess the most players of interested. Max Aarons, Emi Buendia, Todd Cantwell, Ben Godfrey and Teemu Pukki might all be of interest to a club like Spurs, although Aarons and Pukki’s form has dropped off in recent months.
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