Maurico Pochettino's Tottenham transfer targets: Romelu Lukaku? Loic Remy? Adam Lallana? Who will the new manager move for this summer?
Pochettino was appointed Spurs manager on Tuesday night
Wednesday 28 May 2014
Now Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed their new manager, Mauricio Pochettino, transfer business can begin for the summer.
Will Pochettino first raid his former team Southampton for their England World Cup talents, such as Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw?
One area that Spurs badly need to strengthen is their attack, with Emmanuel Adbayor having a mixed season, Roberto Soldado failing to impress and question marks over Harry Kane's long-term suitability.
Pochettino will certainly be looking at the unsettled Romelu Lukaku, who can't get a game at Chelsea or QPR's wantaway forward Loic Remy, who scored 14 Premier League goals on loan at Newcastle United last season.
To view Spurs' potential targets, click through the gallery below...
Pochettino’s move to White Hart Lane was formalised on Tuesday night and it is the manner of his achievements at Southampton that appealed to Daniel Levy, the Spurs' chairman.
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