NUNO Espirito Santo has been appointed as Tottenham's new manager but it could be all change at the club next season.
Harry Kane wants to leave the club and Spurs could look a very different team heading into the new campaign.
Talks over Kane's future will not be held until England complete their Euro 2020 bid but Spurs face an uphill battle to hold on to their star striker with Manchester City lining up a deal.
Tottenham are reportedly lining up Benfica star Haris Seferovic as a potential replacement with the striker valued at around £25million.
Seferovic scored three times for Switzerland during their run to the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 and helped them stun world champions France in the last-16.
Spurs are also reportedly in the running to sign Italy star Lorenzo Insigne. The attacker scored a stunning goal during Italy's win over Belgium which sent them into a semi-final against Spain.
Insigne has yet to commit to a long-term deal with Napoli and this has alerted Spurs and Barcelona.
If Tottenham can bring in Insigne it will enhance their attacking options alongside Son Heung-min.
Nuno will be looking to strengthen Tottenham's midfield and the club are chasing the signature of Barcelona midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
The Bosnian could be available on a free transfer with Barca trying to reduce their wage bill and Spurs are plotting a move.
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Tottenham's defence could also have a different look with Toby Alderweireld keen to return to Belgium or move to Holland.
The 32-year-old defender could be heading for the exit door and Spurs are in the market for Bologna star Takehiro Tomiyasu.
The highly-rated 22-year-old defender could be on the move to England as Spurs bid to revamp their squad under Nuno.
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