Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new striker in the summer saw them look at various players before ending up with Carlos Vinícius, who arrived in London on loan from Benfica.

Spurs’ striker target list included VfL Wolfsburg’s Wout Weghorst, who admitted in October ‘it was serious’ with the north London club.

Weghorst has scored nine goals and managed one assist in 11 league appearances this season, and this week’s edition of SportBild explains the possibilities of a transfer.

The ‘winter change’ is possible’, says the report, and further adds frontman has a ‘secret agreement’ with his employer, which was made when he last signed an extension.

There’s a promise he would be allowed to change clubs in January, if Wolfsburg receive a ‘great offer’. The German club think that would be around €35-40m.

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Despite deciding not to sign the 28-year-old during the last window, José Mourinho’s side are still ‘interested’ in the Netherlands international.

It’s claimed Weghorst ‘wants to go to England’ to win titles. A move to Spurs could help him fulfil it as Tottenham are currently leading the league table.

However, the report doesn’t mention if Mourinho’s side are ready to pay the €35-40m which Wolfsburg want.