Former England striker Steve Bull has told Football FanCast that Tottenham Hotspur should sign Erling Haaland this summer to partner Harry Kane.
Haaland has become one of the most in-demand names in world football.
Since his move to Borussia Dortmund, he has scored a staggering 49 goals in 49 games in all competitions.
This season alone, he has 33 goals in 31 games, and has been linked with a number of clubs across Europe, including Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Manchester United.
Spurs, perhaps unsurprisingly, have not been mentioned, but Bull believes that he could form an incredible strike partnership with Harry Kane as Spurs look to end a trophy drought that runs back to 2008.
Haaland is valued at £99m by Transfermarkt.
He told FFC: “If I was Tottenham, you might as well go for Haaland and put him up there with Harry Kane and go boom, there’s a double whammy for you.”
Asked if that kind of partnership could see Spurs challenge for the highest honours, he added: “It wouldn’t half.”
Bull also believes that Spurs have the ingredients to become real challengers next season, though he has backed Dele Alli to leave the club and has urged the club to also sign a new central defender.
He added: “I do think Dele Alli will be out soon, he’s had his nose pushed out, whether he’s going to come back to the form he was.
“They’ve got Son up there who’s absolutely unbelievable, they’ve got some cracking players in there. The lack of centre-halves, they need somebody in there.
“I know they’ve got Dier but they need someone else in there with them to strengthen that up and they could be a force next year.
“Same as Man United, some of the teams that have struggled this year with new managers coming in, new players coming in, I think there are some teams there that will be in the top six next year.”