Well Juande Ramos isn’t wasting any time getting back into the transfer race after watching Robbie Keane leave the club yesterday for Liverpool. Apparently Spurs are already hot on the heels of two fantastic strike options to pair with Berbatov and Bent this season.
Tottenham want striker Roman Pavlyuchenko but have had a £10m bid rejected by Spartak Moscow. The London side is also confident of signing Real Zaragoza striker Diego Milito, who would cost around £8m. (Daily Mirror)
Whilst the Pavlyuchenko bid was rejected by Spartak, I don’t think this is an indication that a deal won’t get done. Juande has a funds surplus that he’s surely going to use on some real quality targets, and if Pavlyuchenko really is on the top of his list, then I’m sure you’ll see the club make an offer that the Russian club can’t resist.
Milito, on the other hand, has been on the Tottenham radar for some time now. The Zaragoza striker, as of January 2008, was averaging better than a goal every two games! I’m sure there are a whole load of Spurs supporters that would love to see that goal per game average come to White Hart Lane.
So who would Spurs supporters rather have if you had to pick just ONE of the above strikers? Do you think the club should be using the new funds on another striker? Or should they be going after a new winger?