Napoli’s Eduardo Vargas could be a potential attacking signing as he can play both sides of the attacking midfield as well as in a striker’s role. Having been on loan at Valencia since January 2014, he returns to Italy but may not be able to break into the first team, therefore Newcastle could try to snap up the Chilean star to add to their ranks.
The 24-year-old attacking player has made a total of 25 appearances from 17 Spanish La Liga games and eight Europa League match ups, scoring a total of five goals with an additional four assist. Vargas has been quite successful playing for his nation, scoring 11 goals in 26 matches, so with Tottenham considering selling Roberto Soldado to Atletico Madrid, the forward can be seen as a great replacement. Mauricio Pochettino should surely take the gamble by making an offer of around £5.2 million, a price that will be appropriate considering they cash in on Soldado.