TOTTENHAM could sign another striker before the transfer window closes…er, Fernando Llorente.
Yes the club could re-sign their former Spanish striker on reduced terms after he left on June 30.
The hitman, 34, is a free agent after his £100,000 a week contract with the North Londoners expired.
Spurs have offered him a deal on less money and he is considering it while they are on their pre-season tour of the Far East.
Italian club Fiorentina are also interested in taking him.
The prospect of Llorente returning will not leave many Spurs fans drooling with excitement.
The World Cup winner, who is also open to a return to Spain, scored just twice in the Premier League in two seasons following a £15million move from Swansea.
But he did bag crucial goals against Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City in Tottenham’s run to the Champions League Final last term.
Tottenham broke their transfer record to sign France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon in a deal that could be worth £65m, while winger Jack Clarke was signed from Leeds before being loaned back to them for the season.
Right-back Kieran Trippier joined Atletico Madrid for £21.7m this week.
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Manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking in Singapore ahead of their friendly against Juventus on Sunday, said: “I told Daniel during the flight from London that I will be happy with the squad that you are going to provide me to work with.
“I’m always happy. I’m a happy man, working with 25 players, always.
“We are going to have 25 players to work with. Always I was happy and I’m going to be happy. That is my nature.”