Tottenham majority owner Joe Lewis has reportedly ordered chairman Daniel Levy to make the club self sustainable. The billionaire businessman does not want to use his own fortune to fund future spending sprees.
Levy has apparently enlisted the help of super-agent Mendes to plan out their summer acquisitions.
Mendes was involved in three deals at White Hart Lane last year, including the £15million arrival of Matt Doherty from Wolves.
Benfica pair Carlos Vinicius and Gedson Fernandes also moved to north London on loan deals with options to buy.
Football Insider claims Medes will again use his pool of players to help Jose Mourinho’s side bring in reinforcements.
Tottenham outcast Dele Alli is likely to attract interest from former manager Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain again this summer.
The French giants attempted to lure the England international to the Parc des Princes in January.
If they are to land the midfielder then it could pave the way for Spurs to strengthen the areas in which they see fit.
Mourinho is keen to bring in a new centre-back and another forward option to provide back up to Harry Kane.
The Portuguese boss will also have to make a decision on Gareth Bale before the end of the season.
The Real Madrid loanee has been left of the bench for the majority of the campaign but he is slowly starting to break into the team.
Bale bagged a brace and registered one assist in Spurs’ 4-0 thrashing at home to Burnley on Sunday.
“Sometimes people write things, and sometimes, some of you like to imagine stories, you need to write stories and sometimes you like to say things that are not really true but there is not one single manager in the world that doesn’t play Gareth Bale if Gareth Bale is in very good condition,” Mourinho said.
“There is not one, but now he is better than ever.
“It’s not just about the two goals he scored, it’s fundamentally about his physical performance. Now he’s not flat. Now he has ups and downs in the speed he brings to his actions.
“Even in the area in which he plays, sometimes outside, sometimes inside. He played very well and his condition is very good.
“I’m just pleased for the team because he helped the team to win and that’s the most important thing. I’m happy for him.”