Tottenham are keeping tabs on Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano, according to the Daily Mail.
Satriano, 20, scored 12 goals in 27 appearances for Inter’s Under-19s side last season, and it seems Spurs have been impressed with what they’ve seen of him.
The Mail claims Tottenham are among a host of English clubs keen on Satriano, alongside Arsenal, West Ham and Everton.
The report says Manchester City and Chelsea have also shown an interest in the Uruguayan starlet in the past.
Spurs are likely to be in the market for a striker this summer whether Harry Kane leaves the club or not.
If Kane departs, the Londoners will need to sign an established replacement, and if he stays they still require a decent deputy with Carlos Vinicius returning to Benfica after his loan spell.
Satriano could be a target in either situation, as he could provide back-up for Kane or a different established striker.
And if he goes on to fulfil his potential, perhaps Satriano will be Kane’s long-term successor in Tottenham’s starting line-up.