Celtic forward Moussa Dembele bagged 32 goals in his first season in Scotland which helped Celtic swoop the domestic treble. Despite struggling with injuries this term, he still has five goals in nine games for the Hoops. The 21-year-old Frenchman is tipped to become one of the deadliest finishers in Europe and has been linked with a great number of clubs, including many in the Premier League.

Here is a look at which three clubs would suit him best:


Conte, who started the season with Michy Batshuyai and Loic Remy as his first-team strikers needed severe reinforcements. His feud with Diego Costa saw the player lose his spot in the Chelsea dressing room and Costa’s national teammate Alvaro Morata was brought in for a club record fee to fill in the gap.

However, Remy has gone way down the pecking order since Conte’s arrival and Batshuayi has failed to impress the Italian boss so far despite scoring 7 goals this season including a winner at the new Estadio Wanda Metropolitano against Atletico Madrid.

Since Morata suffered a hamstring injury in the 35th minute against Manchester City, he has failed to replicate his initial form and Conte is desperately short on strikers. He wants to use the January window to bring in some reinforcements. The Italian tactician would love to see Dembele as an ideal back up to Alvaro and with the Frenchman also able to operate alongside Morata, Conte might decide to use him alongside the Spaniard with Hazard in behind in a top 3 should Dembele continue his goalscoring exploits at West London.

Tottenham Hotspur

Despite Harry Kane story continuing to grow Tottenham will need a long-term second striker in the team. The Englishman is coming off his best goalscoring month after scoring 13 goals in September. This astonishing achievement put him on par with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo who also have scored 13 goals each for their best goalscoring record in a month.

However, in back up they have Fernando Llorente who has done a good job but at the age of 32, does not have a long career ahead of himself at Tottenham. Bringing in Dembele would give them the perfect deputy to Kane and once again if Dembele does continue to perform Pochettino has shown previously that he is not shy to use two men up front. A Kane-Dembele partnership is likely to prove deadly for any defence in the league.


The newly taken over team spent infinite money in a crazy transfer market.  The Everton board and Ronald Koeman brought in an arsenal of summer signings that saw Everton spend a net amount of £142.38m. Despite spending so heavily, they have failed to score regularly and Moussa Dembele might be the solution. Dembele’s clinical finishing and his attitude of being at the right place at the right time will make him the perfect hitman in front of a quality midfield line up who desperately want a striker to feed.

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