Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly eyeing a move to sign Norwich City winger Jonathan Rowe.
According to a report from Football London, Spurs are keen to land the 20-year-old winger who has impressed heavily this season for the Canaries.
The north London club have watched him this season, but it is unclear whether the player will move in the January window or next summer.
He is a key player for Norwich. He made 13 appearances from the bench in the Premier League as a teenager, but the current campaign has been his breakthrough season.
The youngster is capable of playing on both flanks. He has scored 12 goals and provided three assists across 28 games so far.
It has been suggested that Norwich can demand a fee of around £20m for the young talent if they are keen to sell him.
More additions for Spurs?
Tottenham have been very active this month and they have secured two smart signings already.
Timo Werner has joined from RB Leipzig on loan where Spurs have the option to sign him permanently. Radu Dragusin has also joined permanently from Genoa, and his arrival will bolster the defence.
Now, Postecoglou is looking to add depth in other areas, most notably midfield and wide areas. They have been heavily linked with a move for Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher, but they are yet to reach an agreement.
Spurs have also registered an interest in Joao Gomes from Wolves, and are reportedly prepared to pay £30m for his signature.
Tottenham could be interested in adding depth in wide areas, and that’s why they have been linked with a move for Jota who is also attracting interest from West Ham. Jota was outstanding under Postecoglou at Celtic, and they could be reunited.
However, Rowe looks like a cracking young player. His best years are ahead of him, and Spurs could be a brilliant platform for him should he make the move.
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