Tottenham is after a top-four finish this season as the Premier League title seems to be far from the London club with Manchester City in a favorable position to reclaim their glory. Spurs will need to reinforce their squad and get players that will help the team in the fighting for titles next term.
And manager Antonio Conte has named a player he can sign from the struggling Manchester United squad who could fit the London club and help him in moving the club to the next level that fans are demanding.
Anthony Martial seems to be a favorite for Conte despite Manchester United's poor run of form where he has scored just one goal in 10 appearances. Antonio Conte sees the Frenchman as a suitable backup for injured Son and he is ready to sign him and use him to fight for the top four finish this term.
This comes at a time when Martial has found it difficult to get minutes under Ralf Rangnick and the way things stand, the two are not on good terms with Martial reportedly forcing a move. Ours is to wait and see what happens at the end as we expect Conte to get his target on time.
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