The big European leagues are already putting the finishing touches to the season and all attention is already focused on the summer transfer window. Clubs are already negotiating and negotiating with players ahead of a summer full of arrivals and departures. In this case, Tottenham are already looking for alternatives.
As reported by 'FootMercato', the Londoners have already targeted a striker to reinforce their attacking options. With doubts over the continuity of Harry Kane, Antonio Conte's side have already added a Ligue 1 striker to their agenda.
The aforementioned source spoke of Martin Terrier, who has so far scored a total of 21 goals and six assists for Stade de Rennes. The 25-year-old Frenchman would be good competition for the English striker and even a replacement if he eventually leave.
A departure that will not be to Manchester City, as the Sky Blues have already agreed the transfer of Erling Haaland. The English player almost joined the Etihad last year alongside compatriot Jack Grealish.
In addition, the French player would see a golden opportunity to relaunch his career after Tottenham reached the fourth place that gives the option of playing in the Champions League. The Spurs beat Burnley and took advantage of Arsenal's defeat to cause a change in the standings.