It seems Liverpool aren't the only team sniffing around for a discount lately. While they're mostly interested in Salah, Spurs are apparently after Victor Moses, possibly as a contingency plan should Andros Townsend leave in search of regular football. According to the Mirror, there may be a bit of a domino effect at play here, with Chelsea perhaps waiting to secure Pedro's signature before allowing yet another player to move to a cross-town rival.
"Tottenham have made an £8million move for Chelsea winger Victor Moses."
"Blues boss Jose Mourinho could let Moses go if they manage to sign Barcelona star Pedro."
That said, with Victor Moses a surprise inclusion for our USA Tour and Juan Cuadrado set to stay, we could very well not make any moves as far as attacking midfielders are concerned. Not to mention, have we really become that generous recently? At least Spurs are offering more than Stoke City were at the start of the summer, so that's something. But maybe we should hold out for Luka Modric in return?