Kelechi Iheanacho Must Be Worth A Punt?
Should Tottenham Hotspur cut their losses (thinking about Vincent Janssen) and make enquiries this summer into the availability of Manchester City's striker Kelechi Iheanacho?
I don't want this article to sound like a Janssen witch-hunt, albeit in my eyes he's still a bone of contention, and so I'll focus my attention on the title header, Kelechi Iheanacho.
Harry Kane is our out-and-out striker (no **** Sherlock) but our forward line resilience can sometimes leave me scratching my chin, especially when Harry's injured. Yes, we have Son but he blows hot and cold more often than my wife's unreliable 20-year-old hairdryer.
Not one of Pep Guardiola's favourites it seems. These days the 20-year-old appears to struggle to even make the bench, never mind City's starting XI. And with the arrival of Gabriel Jesus (I know he's injured, probably until the end of the season) and goal-machine Sergio Aguero way up in Pep's pecking order I have to wonder if Tottenham should take a punt in trying to entice the Nigerian away from the Etihad?
Would Kelechi compliment Kane?
Iheanacho 2016/17 stats
Premier League apps: 16 (11 starting as a substitute)
FA Cup apps: 1
EFL Cup: 2
Champions League: 2
Iheanacho has another four years left on his contract but you never know if a cheeky little £10m bid might be enough to tempt City into selling.
Kelechi Iheanacho must be worth a punt, surely?