Tottenham are believed to be considering making a move for Roma striker Pablo Osvaldo, according to reports, with the club looking to improve their attacking options while Souleymane Coulibaly plans to prove himself upon his return to White Hart Lane.
Osvaldo is currently on the radar for a number of clubs throughout Europe, with Juventus also said to be enquiring about his services, while an unknown Russian club is also interested.
Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Spurs have already made an enquiry about Osvaldo's availability in preparation for the summer, with English media also speculating that the north London club could be looking to improve their striking options.
Osvaldo has been on fire for Roma this season, with the 27 year old scoring 11 times in 23 appearances so far.
Talksport are reporting that Osvaldo had a falling out with Roma legend Francesco Totti, and as a result he will be sold this summer despite having three years left on his contract.
Meanwhile, another striker who is looking close to making his move back to Tottenham is Souleymane Coulibaly. The teen was signed by the club in July 2011, but has now spent time on loan at Serie B side Grosseto as the youngster is given a chance to show his potential.
And Coulibaly says he is looking forward to his return to Tottenham, where he can compete for a place up front alongside the likes of Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe.
"I am working hard and having to learn the hard way," he told Sky Sports.
"I want to make my name at Spurs next season or in the future, but I have to bide my time because there are some top players in the Premier League in my position.
"Coming here has taught me a lot and hopefully the experience will serve me well in the future."
If Spurs are able to land Osvaldo and bring back Coulibaly, they will no doubt have more options up front next season.