Tottenham consider late bid for Gokhan Tore

Gokhan Tore

Tottenham set to make late bid for Gokhan Tore [divider]

Tottenham are considering a move for Beşiktaş winger Gökhan Töre according to the Daily Star.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino was reported to have been impressed with Töre when the two sides met in the Europa League group stages.

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The Turkish international was given a 7.19 rating by Whoscored following the Black Eagles 1-0 victory over Spurs in the final Group C game in the Europa League.

Tottenham have until Monday 2 February to complete the move if they want to sign Töre during the winter transfer window.

Manchester United have also been keeping tabs on the Turkish international according to the Express.

Töre has experience playing in England for fellow London side Chelsea.
The explosive winger was signed to the Blues youth academy in 2009 by Frank Arnesen – former head of talent scout for Chelsea.
Arneson brought Töre with him when he moved to HSV Hamburg however, a series of injuries saw the Turkish international struggle to settle in.

Töre later joined Rubin Kazan before moving to Beşiktaş on loan last season.

The 23-year-old joined the Turkish giants on a permanent deal from Kazan for £4 million in the summer and still has four-years left on his contract.

Töre has six goals and seven assists in all competitions for the Beşiktaş this season.