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Tottenham want to recapture winning form

By The Boy -

Spurs will undoubtedly be looking to recover their initial Premier League form once they’ve fought their way through the usual carnage of the Christmas fixture pile-up.
Tottenham’s first-team squad is already vulnerable, and injuries and ill-discipline have ravaged it.

Former Tottenham player and coach Tim Sherwood, this week, summed up the situation excellently.
“If they strengthen in January, I think they’re going to need a center-back and maybe a creative midfield player, just in case Maddison picks up any more injuries. And I think they can go all the way to the top four this year and possibly the FA Cup, fingers crossed.”

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Tottenham are suffering long-term injuries to James Maddison and Micky van de Ven leaving them without a center-back when Romero missed the following three games as well due to suspension. The only central defender available for Spurs is Cristian Romero since Eric Dier and Van de Ven are both out. Maddison and Bentancur are sidelined due to injuries in the midfield, and Bissouma is now suspended, potentially for the next four games.

Worse yet, due to their commitments with the national squad for the forthcoming AFCON competition, which begins in January, Sarr and Bissouma will also miss four to six games. Son Heung-min will be heading to the Asian Cup, from the 12th of January 2024 onwards.

One name in the mix for a move to N17, according to reports, is Djurgardens’ gifted 17-year-old Lucas Bergvall who has attracted interest from Tottenham and Barcelona, amongst many. It’s expected that a bidding battle will break out as the gifted youngster draws interest from major European players. Possibly even making him Djurgardens’ record sale.

Spurs are also reportedly back in talks to sign the Newcastle United and Manchester United-linked Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo. A recent report from the Mail Online suggests that Tottenham has ‘held further talks’. It is believed that Nice values their star defender at £35 million, which is surely affordable.

A reliable journalist for The Athletic, David Ornstein recently admitted that Tottenham might have a ‘little more money to spend’ than he initially believed, speaking in a recent Q&A for The Athletic, he said: “There may be little money to spend, but that doesn’t mean Spurs cannot be creative to strengthen their squad.

“On the centre-back, I don’t actually think it requires someone like Dier to leave (which I did previously) but let’s see what the club’s new-look recruitment team, in conjunction with Postecoglou, Munn, and Levy, manage to do.”

Whatever transpires, the one thing Tottenham cannot afford to do is to stand still.

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