Tottenham Hotspur are considering a triple raid in signing Stuttgart forward Timo Werner, Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Christoph Kramer and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Sven Bender.

According to The Telegraph, the north London club will send a delegation to Germany next week in order to help them complete the deals before the season starts on 8 August.

They look to bolster the squad before the start of the new campaign. The White Hart Lane have strengthened their defence by making three additions to the squad this summer.

Mauricio Pochettino's side have signed Kevin Wimmer, Kieran Trippier and Toby Alderweireld. The Argentine manager has now turned his attention to bolstering his midfield and attacking division.

Werner is the main target of the three as his ability to play multiple positions, which is in the middle or on either side of the wings has attracted interest from the Tottenham manager. The English club can secure his services for a fee of £10m ($15.5m)

Dele Alli arrived at White Hart Lane from League One side MK Dons and the 19-year-old is the only midfield signing. Tottenham have already offloaded three of their midfielders in the summer transfer window.

Etienne Capoue, Paulinho and Benjamin Stambouli have all been allowed to leave as they have completed their transfers to Watford, Chinese side Guangzhou and Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain respectively.

Pochettino wants to bring in players to the club in order to help Tottenham to challenge for a place in the top four in the upcoming campaign. He has turned his attention to securing the services of Kramer and Bender.

Kramer signed a new deal in December 2014 with Leverkusen, which will keep him at the club until 2019. The Daily Mail reported in June that Tottenham and Southampton were chasing Bender.

However, any move for Dortmund defender will see them wait until July as Dortmund's new manager Thomas Tuchel has to assess his squad and see if Bender is in his plans for the 2015/16 season.

The Daily Mail claims Dortmund value Bender around £20m ($31m) and after their disappointing last season, the holding midfielder could make a switch to the Premier League. With Tottenham's delegation set to arrive in Germany, it should be seen whether they can complete deals for the trio or two out of these three players.