Jose Mourinho will use the transfer market to fix his major Tottenham concern(Image: GETTY)
Jose Mourinho has one primary concern after being appointed the new manager of Tottenham, reports claim.
The Portuguese boss won over Daniel Levy following the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino on Tuesday evening.
In a meeting with the Tottenham chairman, he convincingly opened up on his blueprint which he believes will help he club win trophies.
According to theDaily Telegraph, Mourinho though, has one primary concern about the squad he has inherited.
He believes the defense is in serious need of some reinvestment.
The core of his bac kline face uncertain futures in north London, something he aims to resolve in the near future.
Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen are both out of contract next summer and appear set on heading through the exit door.
Danny Rose has also been told he can leave, despite his desire to see out the final 18 months of his contract.
Tottenham could lose Eriksen, Alderweireld and Vertonghen(Image: GETTY)
Meanwhile Spurs have failed to replace Kieran Trippier, with Serge Aurier their current first choice right-back despite a ser ies of calamitous performances.
The report claim Mourinho is eyeing two signings to help put his mind at ease.
One of those is Benfica center-back Ruben Dias, who has made a real name for himself in the Primeira Liga and with the Portuguese national team.
(Manchester United) , Manchester City and Wolves have all also expressed an interest.
Ruben Dias is on Jose Mourinho’s radar as the Tottenham boss looks to bolster his ranks(Image: GETTY)
Tottenham scouts are looking at Nathan Ake(Image: GETTY)
The second name being considering for a future deal is (Nathan Ake.
Tottenham’s scouting department have long admired the Bournemouth defender who has also impressed with the Netherlands.
Chelsea are also interest though and do have a buy-back option at around the £ (million mark.)
Mourinho is said to be willing to let Eriksen, Alderweireld and Vertonghen leave if they’re not willing to extend their stay at the club.