Tottenham want to sign Los Angeles FC striker Diego Rossi, according to the Telegraph.
Rossi has been with the American side since they first entered the MLS back in 2018, and has surpassed the 50-goal mark combined in the previous three seasons.
14 of those came in the MLS last term, allowing the 23-year-old to win a host of individual awards, including the Golden Boot and MLS Young Player of the Year.
Rossi, who hasn’t yet won a full international cap for Uruguay, but has been included in the squad on two separate occasions, has continued his form this season, scoring three in five games in all competitions, which has caught the eye of Everton as well as Spurs.
Whilst Harry Kane’s future remains in serious doubt, should he remain in north London, the incoming manager will need a back-up after Carlos Vinicius returned to Benfica following his failed loan spell, with Tottenham unwilling to match Benfica’s £36m asking-price to sign him permanently.
Meanwhile, the Telegraph believe that Rossi would cost Spurs far less at around £10m.