Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has acknowledged that he is unsure whether the club will pursue another striker to supplement Harry Kane next season. The north London side have parted ways with both Fernando Llorente and Vincent Janssen this summer and this sees them with just one out-of-out marksman in the form of Kane.
Spurs recently released Llorente at the expiry of his contract last month but they have proposed a package for his potential comeback. Even though, the club don’t pursue another striker, Pochettino could bank on the likes of Heung-min Son and Lucas Moura, who impressed in the injury absence of Kane during the backend of the season.
As such, Pochettino does not find himself under the desperation for another centre-forward but the hard work of competing through four competitions presents the risk of an injury. The next few weeks should give a clear indication whether the club are able to recruit a new striker, who would be prepared to play second fiddle to Kane next term.
Spurs recently suffered a 2-1 friendly defeat to Manchester United in the International Champions Cup. Anthony Martial and Angel Gomes found the net for the Red Devils while Lucas Moura scored the consolation goal for Spurs.