Tottenham are looking to add another striker to their side as they weigh up a move for Barcelona youngster Munir, according to reports from Spanish newspaper, Sport (via The Daily Mail).
The Spanish champions are reportedly considering letting the 20-year-old leave the Nou Camp, but only for the right price and as long as any deal includes a buy-back option.
Although Spurs are keen, as well as Everton and Stoke, the price and clause provide stumbling blocks for those at White Hart Line, who do not want to offer a buy-back option and do not agree with the £13m valuation by the Catalan giants.
The La Masia graduate made 26 appearances in all competitions last season, scoring on eight occasions and assisting on seven.
Should the deal materialise, the one-cap Spanish international would be Pochettino’s second signing this summer, following Victor Wanyama and Dutch striker, Vincent Janssen.
The versatile forward can play either up front as a striker or on either wing, something that will attract the technical staff at Spurs, considering their wealth of attacking options.