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Concerning update regarding Tottenham’s transfer plans this summer

By Mehdi Gokal -

Tottenham Hotspur are planning to bring in new players during the upcoming transfer window, while also offloading surplus squad members.

Spurs aim to bolster their squad for the next campaign as they aim to compete for the Premier League title.

According to The Athletic, the Lilywhites’ summer transfer strategy will largely depend on player departures.

Since Ange Postecoglou’s arrival, Tottenham have invested €272.1 million in new signings, including notable players like James Maddison, Pedro Porro, Micky van de Ven, and Dejan Kulusevski. (Transfermarkt)

New signings dependent on outgoings?

The club’s hierarchy is set to back the Australian head coach for the third consecutive transfer window. However, the report claims that the incoming transfers will be influenced by who exits the club.

Spurs are looking to strengthen specific positions, including left-back, defensive midfielder, and a versatile centre-forward who can also play on the wing.

Apart from these positions, the report claims that the incomings will be dependent on the departures.

Tottenham’s top priority this summer

A top priority for the Lilywhites is securing a new striker, with the club linked to target men both in England and across Europe.

The club’s current #9 Richarlison has struggled to convince, scoring only 11 goals in 28 league appearances in a season plagued by injuries and inconsistencies.

Postecoglou will want a reliable finisher to lead Tottenham’s forward line, capable of capitalizing on any scoring opportunity.

In terms of departures, midfielders Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Giovani Lo Celso are likely to leave the club this summer. Additionally, Sergio Reguilon and returning loanees Joe Rodon and Japhet Tanganga are also expected to find new clubs.

As Spurs navigates the transfer window, they aim to create a balanced and competitive side for the upcoming season.

TBH Says:

This is not the most encouraging of updates. We certainly have made enough money to spend regardless of whether we sell a player or not, at least where necessary.

We can not expect to rely on selling the likes of Ben Davies and Emerson Royal to get in  fullback reinforcements.


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