- Jose Mourinho is willing to sign a striker and Danny Ings is top of the list
- The Southampton striker scored 22 Premier League goals last season
- Three other forwards from France, Portugal and Italy have also been mentioned
Jose Mourinho is keen on adding more attacking options in his squad after Tottenham were comfortably beaten by Everton in the Premier League.
And Southampton striker Danny Ings is number one on the list following his 22 league goals for the Saints in lasts season's campaign.
According to Football London, Spurs are keen on the England striker who helped Southampton finish in 11th place last campaign.
Former Tottenham striker Darren Bent also believes Ings is the right man to act as back-up for club captain Harry Kane.
“If Spurs were to go and get Danny Ings and he was to go and score five or six goals before Harry Kane gets back, I don’t think automatically Harry Kane walks back in the team.
“You are getting the best out of someone, you are winning games now and you have someone who can stick the ball in the back of the net," Bent told Talk Sport.
Reports also claim that the Special One is also looking towards the direction of Metz striker Habib who scored 12 Ligue 1 goals last term and it is understood the 25-year-old is keen on a move to north London.
Italian striker Andrea Belotti is also on the list as the Torino striker has been in consistent form in the last three years, scoring 22 goals for the Serie A side across all competitions last campaign.
Benfica's Carlos Vinicius and Napoli's Arkadiusz Milik are the two remaining strikers on the wishlist of Mourinho.
Vinicius' 24 goals for Benfica last season helped his side retain the Primeira Liga trophy while Milik who has been linked with Juventus this summer and seeks for first-team action.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho has indirectly lashed out at newly signed Napoli striker Victor Osimhen for refusing to join Tottenham because of having competition with Harry Kane, according to Daily Post quoting Sporting Life.
The Nigerian international was been linked with several top clubs in Europe following his impressive performance for Lille before finally settling for Napoli for a record fee.
Osimhen's agent Ariyo Igbayiola claimed that he had discussions with Mourinho before the 21-year-old joined Gennaro Gattuso's side.
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