While EURO 2016 has, at times, been a rather dull tournament compared to previous years, there have still been some sensational displays of talent, especially from relative unknowns hoping to make their mark on the European game.
Premier League clubs will have no doubt been watching the competition unfold intently, in the hope of sourcing a new star that they can claim from the grasp of other European elites.
With Champions League on the horizon and another Premier League battle set to commence, Tottenham will be looking for more talent to add the their already impressive young squad.
We take a look at FIVE players to have emerge from EURO 2016 that Spurs should be chasing.
A serious injury in 2015 kept Andre Gomes out of action for the first few months of the domestic season. However, since his return the 22-year-old has been a revelation for both Valencia and Portugal.
With Barcelona and Real Madrid rumoured to be watching Gomes closely, Tottenham will need to act fast if they are to land the technically gifted midfielder.
As the full time whistle blew and England players collapsed to their knees after the ignominious defeat to Iceland, Ragnar Sigurdsson not only proved how good his national team are but also demonstrated his fantastic individual talent.
The defender has arguably been Iceland’s best player at these European Championships and is now in high demand.
Currently playing for Krasnodar in Russia, the 30-year-old will likely be available for a relative bargain and would bolster Spurs’ already impressive backline.
A young energetic midfielder, Adam Nagy was a major factor in Hungary’s impressive EURO 2016 run and looks set to leave Ferencvaros in his native country to head for pastures new.
With Benfica and Leicester both rumoured to be interested in the 21-year-old, Spurs will need to move quick if they are to capture one of the hottest young prospects in Europe.
Florenzi has, along with many other Italians, been under-estimated at EURO 2016. The incredible performances from the Azzurri have truly shocked the competition as many predicted Conte’s side to struggle to make an impact.
A natural box-to-box midfielder, Florenzi has been used in a variety of positions for both club and country and his versatility would be welcome at White Hart Lane.
A disappointing quarter final defeat to Portugal put a dampener on an otherwise impressive EURO 2016 campaign for Poland, and Kamil Glik was a key figure in that.
The 28-year-old possesses incredible aerial ability and strength while still maintaining decent mobility. His leadership skills would be a great addition in a young Spurs team.