Manchester United have enquired about the availability of Red Bull Salzburg's Erling Braut Haaland ahead of the January transfer window.
While they are likely to pay a club-record fee for the Norwegian's purchase, The Mirror reports that United's prospects of signing the forward in January may be applicable, only if he is sent back to Salzburg on loan for the rest of the campaign.
United have had Haaland watched several times this season, with Solskjaer sending Simon Wells, one of his most senior and trusted scouts, to assess the youngster in recent weeks.
Despite winning two of their last three games, they will resume the Premier League campaign after the global break sitting just seventh in the table, nine points adrift of the top four.
The report claims that Pochettino "complained endlessly" to Spurs about the need to spend big in the summer.
Bournemouth's Eddie Howe, RB Leipzig's Julian Nagelsmann and free agent Massimiliano Allegri, who left Juventus at the end of last season, have all been linked with the job.
Pochettino joined Spurs in 2014 on a five-year contract.
The Portuguese giants reportedly require around £57m to pay off outstanding debts, and selling 25-year-old Fernandes would put them in the black, while also adding some funds to their transfer kitty for a potential replacement.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan made it clear that he does not believe that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can operate at the required level that is expected from a Man United coach.
The writing has been on the wall for a while as key players such as Christian Eriksen haven't been performing to the best of their abilities. The 17-year-old has been called up to England's youth team set-up following a string of impressive performances for the National League side.