Tottenham Hotspur face competition from their arch North London rivals Arsenal for the signature of Ipswich Town youngster Andre Dozzell.
He has finally returned to fitness following 13 months out with cruciate ligament damage, having made a late appearance in the defeat to Middlesbrough last week.
Dozzell 19, is the son of former Spurs star Jason Dozzell and was on the radar of both North London sides before his injury in 2017.
So would Dozzell be a good fit at Spurs?
It would be a risk as there is no guarantee he would play every week for Tottenham.
He could go there and get lost in the system before loan move after loan move.
But, as with Spurs, they are keen on youngsters and progressing them into the first-team, as they did with Dele Alli, arriving from MK Dons to be a leading man at the London club.
It would remain to be seen if it is a good move or not.
That isn’t a reflection on Dozzell, other than I couldn’t see him getting in the side and his talent would be wasted.
I did say something similar when they went for Alli though.
If he could break through then of all the top sides, Spurs would be the one.
It could be a good signing.
Spurs aren’t strangers to finding talent from leagues below, just look at Dele Alli.
It’s a risk, but it’s one that’s worth taking.
At the age of just 19, Dozzell is one of the Championship’s brightest prospects but Ipswich will struggle to keep hold of him after their poor start to the season.
Dozzell has struggled with injuries in recent seasons and has started just two games this season but he would fit into the Spurs side in a few years after more game time, and would complement fellow youngster Dele Ali well in the side.