Premier League clubs will likely be lining up for Jesse Lingard’s signature at the end of the season when he’s expected to leave Manchester United. His form on loan with West Ham at the end of last season caught the attention of many and Tottenham are still lacking that creative spark in midfield to provide Conte with something different.
It’s a low-risk move for Tottenham with a high upturn if the move pays off as Lingard has proven he is capable of performing on the biggest stage.
Signing a back-up striker to Harry Kane has been arguably Tottenham’s biggest headache in the transfer market. Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente have come and gone with little impact made in north London.
Kane has been in top form for Tottenham of late with seven league goals in as many matches, but Spurs struggled earlier in the campaign when the striker had one strike in his opening 13 games of the season. Belotti has had his own injury problems this season with Torino, but the Italian knows how to find the net on a regular basis and would give Conte another option up front.