Tottenham Hotspur will push ahead with plans to sign Vedat Muriqi from Fenerbahce this summer, according to a report.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly given his approval for Tottenham Hotspur to make a move for Fenerbahce striker Vedat Muriqi.
The North London outfit are said to be on the lookout for a new player to lead their line from the start of next season as doubts grow over the future of star man Harry Kane.
According to Todofichajes, Muriqi is being eyed up as the man to replace Kane after scoring 30 goals in the Turkish Super Lig since the start of last season.
Kosovo international Muriqi, who also has a return of eight goals in 23 matches for his country, is believed to be available for a cut-down price of €10m (£8.9m).
Tottenham will have to invest wisely this summer in wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with a loan move for Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho another option that has been touted.