Where there’s smoke, there’s normally a fire, and with Tottenham in need of a striker to help backup Harry Kane if they decide against signing Carlos Vínicius permanently, the London club being linked with other strikers makes perfect sense.

We’ve covered a couple of claims about Premier League clubs keeping an eye on Sasa Kalajdzic this season, and Fussball Transfers in Germany corroborate that somewhat, claiming RB Leipzig and José Mourinho’s side have, among others, ‘knocked’ at the door.

Not only that, but the 23-year-old is also in ‘high-demand’ in Serie A.

To tell you the truth, Tottenham’s inclusion in this developing saga is a new one, with the likes of West Ham and Newcastle previously linked, which just shows the kind of season the striker is having, having scored 15 goals in 30 appearances in all competitions so far.

However, an exit isn’t guaranteed, as the website explain Kalajdzic knows Stuttgart is a great place to grow, as they are an ‘ambitious team peppered with talent’.

Therefore, ‘a change is just as conceivable as another year’ with the Bundesliga side, suggesting that should Tottenham really want him to help partner or rotate with Harry Kane, they will have to be convincing.