Tottenham remain firmly in the market for another striker and are reportedly interested in signing Eintracht Frankfurt’s Bas Dost for a cut price, according to the Daily Mail.

The 31-year-old moved to the Bundesliga last summer, but has scored just 10 goals in 30 appearances and the German outfit are prepared to sell the former Sporting Lisbon frontman.

Jose Mourinho was left frustrated after his side were beaten by Everton in their Premier League opener on Sunday and still wants to add to his squad with just three weeks remaining until the transfer window closes.

Spurs have already missed out on Callum Wilson, who joined Newcastle , whilst another one of their targets, Arkadiusz Milik, is on the verge of moving to Roma.

However, Dos is the latest name to be thrown into the ring – and the Daily Mail believe that Frankfurt want just £5.5m for the ex-Netherlands international forward, which is fractionally less than they paid for him in 2019.

Dos has an impressive goalscoring record in Holland, Germany and Portugal, and would bring a wealth of European experience, whilst Spurs would most certainly be able to match Frankfurt’s asking price, something they couldn’t do with Wilson or Milik.



  1. This is really becoming a game;every morning I wake up with great anticipation of which and how many Joe Bloggs we have been linked to.It is hilarious to such an extent you want to cry.
    We all know Levy and the boards short comings,but I really expected him to have some pride.He is obviously an intelligent and clever man having gained a degree from Cambridge.Does it not affect him that we are all laughing at his incompetence:all other chairmen must be rolling over, “folded in 2”.
    On another matter, if there is 1 ex player that I adore it is Graham Roberts; for me a Legend and Spurs 110% through and through.
    I read an article from him this morning stating that we should not be chasing this and that striker but get Dybala on board.
    Now how deluded is that?Is he drunk, has he flipped?For someone who knows the club inside out, surely he knows that there isn’t more chance of Covid disappearing overnight than a player like Dybala joining.


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