2 – Timo Werner
He’d certainly be a pricey player but should Kane leave then Spurs would be armed with a sizeable pot of cash and so if Werner was open to the move, then it would not be impossible. Widely regarded as one of the best young strikers in Europe and courted by the likes of Liverpool and Bayern Munich, we don’t need to talk much about Werner’s qualities, and Spurs fans will not yet have forgotten when he did to the club in this seasons Champions League.
3 – Raul Jimenez
If Spurs want a player who is seasoned in the Premier League and ready to slot straight in and start contributing with goals, then Jimenez is the one. The downside could be his price compared to age. The Mexican forward is 27 but would probably demand a fee in excess of £40million.