Tottenham Hotspur should consider making a move for Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy this summer.
Mauricio Pochettino has not exactly struggled for goals in his team, mainly due to the impressive form of Harry Kane.
The 24-year-old scored 30 Premier League goals this season, and narrowly missed out on taking home the Golden Boot award.
Two of those goals came against Leicester in a dramatic 5-4 victory at Wembley on the final day of the domestic campaign.
Vardy also impressed during the clash as he also netted twice to bring his overall tally up to 23 in all competitions.
With the future of Fernando Llorente uncertain, it might be worth Tottenham exploring the idea of making a summer swoop for the Leicester striker.
The England international may not be stealing the headlines like he did during the Foxes’ remarkable title win in 2016, but he has proven consistently that he is a reliable goalscorer.
The forward has not given any indication that he wants to leave the King Power Stadium.
However, having an opportunity to play Champions League football again would surely persuade Vardy to at least consider a move.
Kane would obviously continue to be the main man, which is what his England teammate is used to being at Leicester.
Vardy may not be content playing as back-up to the Spurs hitman, but there is an argument that the pair could play together up front.
The title winner would provide a different dimension to the team, and if he forms a partnership with Kane during the Three Lions’ World Cup campaign, then Tottenham will get an idea of the possible fluidity between the pair.
One stumbling block, though, could be the cost of Vardy, as Leicester are highly unlikely to allow their star man to leave on the cheap.