Tottenham Hotspur, according to The Sun, are hoping to add to their roster in the winter despite a strong start to the season. Ange Postecoglou wants to make sure he has enough depth to compete for the league title until the very end. As a result, Postecoglou has his sights set on Kyogo Furuhashi, a former student of his.
Tottenham have made a strong start to the new season. They remain undefeated in the league, having collected 26 points from ten games. Postecoglou’s new club has had a fairytale start, winning eight of their first eight league games.
The Australian’s style of play has been spot on, and he has established Spurs as a premier club as one of the contenders for the title this season. His signings have made an instant impact and despite the departure of Harry Kane, they have scored quite a few goals.
Despite this incredible start, the former Celtic boss is still keen on bolstering his squad. He wants to ensure he has enough depth to push for the league title. As a result, he has sent scouts to Scotland on a four-day scouting trip to watch his former club in action.
He wants them to have a look at some of his former players as Spurs look to make signings in the winter. The Australian boss has asked them to scout Kyogo Furuhashi who has played under him during his days at Celtic. The representatives were recently present in the stands to watch him in action.
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old striker has been doing a great job since arriving at the club back in 2021. He has featured in 98 games and has found the back of the net on 61 occasions. His impressive performances suggest that Spurs could push for him.
They might have started well without securing a replacement for Harry Kane but in the long run, things could go wrong. As a result, Postecoglou wants to sign a striker in the winter to ensure they have enough firepower up top. The Australian manager is an admirer of Furuhashi and he would love to have the Japanese international in his ranks at Spurs.