Tottenham are reported to have supplied Italian ahead Giuseppe Rossi a pay-as-you-play contract, as they put together to handle with out the injured Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, who’s away on Asian Cup responsibility.
The England captain can be out till March with a ligament harm picked up within the defeat to Manchester United on the weekend, whereas Son will miss the subsequent couple of weeks as he joins up with South Korea.
It leaves supervisor Mauricio Pochettino with a depleted strike pressure, with the seldom-seen Fernando Llorente the one remaining ahead, and Tuttosport declare (by way of SportWitness) that 31-year-old Rossi may act as a short lived resolution.
Presently coaching underneath his former team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United to maintain his health up, Rossi has been with no membership since leaving Genoa in the summertime, and Pochettino and co are ready to capitalise on the state of affairs and convey him in on a short-term foundation.
It is claimed that Tottenham supplied him phrases on Thursday, although it isn’t but clear how far an settlement is from being reached.
Whereas it looks as if an odd transfer on the face of it, particularly when you think about the American-born striker hasn’t scored a senior objective in virtually two years, he would provide the kind of low-cost, danger free choice that would not include a extra highprofile signing.
The United teaching workers who’ve labored with him in latest days are mentioned to be impressed together with his health, so there may be maybe cause to be optimistic if a deal does come off.