Tottenham Hotspur are already planning their moves they want to make this summer and, according to the Mirror, one of them includes former Chelsea man Andre Schurrle.
Schurrle, 25, is currently playing for the Bundesliga side Wolfsburg. He moved away from Stamford Bridge a year ago after playing second fiddle to Eden Hazard, however he’s reportedly unsettled in Germany.
It doesn’t surprise me that Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is looking at the Bundesliga to strengthen his side. He signed two former Bundesliga players last season, Kevin Wimmer and Son Heung-min, and both have been great additions to Tottenham’s roster.
Schurrle is reportedly not happy working under Wolfsburg manager Dieter Hecking and Wolfsburg look set to miss out on European Football next season. Tottenham on the other hand look like a sure lock to be playing Champions League football next year.
Adding Schurrle to the Tottenham roster would definitely bolster their depth and attack. It would provide quality rotation for Pochettino to rotating out his players on the flanks.
However with Dele Alli, Nacer Chadli, and Son all able to play out wide, maybe Pochettino should be looking at other position to strengthen. Specifically another striker and a centre-midfielder.
What do you think? Do you want Schurrle at White Hart Lane?