Tottenham Hotspur’s term has been below average and their hope of winning the Premier League title lost as they now sit on the third spot 10 points behind League Leaders Chelsea, but they still have chances of winning the Europa League.
Most of their summer intake have been a big disappointment with only Victor Wanyama living up to expectation. Vincent Janssen, who joined the Spurs in the summer, have had poor form all season and yet to score an open goal for the club.
Moussa Sissoko is even less skilled compared to Janssen and his presence has not been felt in the club. Manager Mauricio Pochettino seems to be at a loss on the way forward and he might also be replaced. As of late, Spurs have spent on many unsuccessful deals and it is time they show good judgment with funds and recoup their losses. They have been linked with plenty wingers lately, but they would need to go deep into their coffers to be able to sign the right ones.
Wilfried Zaha has been linked with Tottenham for some time now and here we considers if he is worth the trouble.
Zaha graduated from the Crystal Palace academy and advanced into their first team in 2010. He made his debut for the Eagles as a substitute with 10 minute remaining in the match. He scored a goal and two assists in 44 appearances in the next season. In 2013, the Ivorian moved to Manchester United. After just two season at Old Trafford he was loaned out to Crystal Palace for a season but stayed on permanently with the signing of a five-and-half-year contract.
His time at Crystal Palace was miserable with him scoring 13 goals in 102 appearances across all competition.
The 24-year-old is a model winger with the ability to play on both left and right and dribbles like no one. He is fast and also cross with ease but needs to work on ball possessing skill.
A move to White Hart Lane might be just what he need to get a career boost and his style of play is similar to that of the Spurs.