Tottenham interested in snapping-up Beijing Guoan ace Cedric Bakambu after goal heroics in Chinese Super League


TOTTENHAM are preparing to raid China for Beijing Guoan striker Cedric Bakambu, according to reports.

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The former Villarreal hitman headed for the Super League in February, scoring 19 times in 23 appearances.

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Bakambu signed for the Chinese Super League side in February
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Spurs failed to sign a new face during the summer but are ready to invest in January to avoid their players tiring throughout the season.

A striker also remains a problem for boss Mauricio Pochettino as he attempts to lessen the burden on Harry Kane’s shoulders.

Previous back-up forwards Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente have failed to deliver since arriving to north London.

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According to L’Est Republican, Tottenham have already made contact over a potential deal for Bakambu but his huge wage could be a problem for the notoriously frugal Daniel Levy.

The former Villarreal man moved to China for a whopping £35.4m
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Mauricio Pochettino wants to bolster his squad having failed to sign anyone in the summer
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Bakambu, 27, found the net nine times in 15 league starts for Villarreal before making his £35.4million switch.

His 16 goals so far this season is a career best having previously finished the campaign with 13 during his one season with Turkish side Bursaspor.

SunSport exclusively revealed how Spurs are ready to make a move for Bournemouth ace Nathan Ake as a long-term replacement for Jan Vertonghen.

Dutch star Ake, 23, is thought to be valued at around £40million and has impressed for Eddie Howe’s side so far this season.