Tottenham Hotspur will be keen to strengthen their squad this summer as they prepare to begin life in their new stadium.
The North London outfit hope to eventually compete with the size of the Premier League’s elite, and the new ground has taken them that step closer.
So far, the majority of the transfer gossip surrounding Tottenham has related to the future of the current playing personnel.
The contract situations of Toby Alderweireld and Mousa Dembele have regularly been reported on over the past few weeks.
According to The Mirror, Spurs are prepared to sell Dembele this summer before he enters the final year in his contract, while Alderweireld is also believed to be on the way out.
With the uncertainty rumbling on behind the scenes, possible replacements have entered the fray.
A recent report in The Mirror claimed that Barcelona’s Andre Gomes and Bryan Cristante, who is on loan at Atalanta from Benfica, are targets for the North London outfit.
Cristante has made 32 appearances in Serie A this season and has contributed with eight goals and one assist.
The 23-year-old predominantly plays in a central midfield role, but can also play further forward in an advanced position.
Tottenham have plenty of attacking options in Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Dele Alli, but they have lacked goals from midfield.
We asked you whether the club should swoop for Cristante this summer, and the majority of voters think that the Italian would be a good addition to the team.