Tottenham Hotspur have enjoyed a relatively successful season when it comes to transfer activity, especially when compared to some of the barren spells under Pochettino.
The club have introduced a new record signing in Tanguy Ndombele, as well as other new faces such as Ryan Sessegnon, Jack Clarke, Giovani Lo Celso, and Steven Bergwijn. They also brought in Gedson Fernandes on an 18-month loan from Benfica.
As Jose Mourinho is defined as the head coach at Tottenham, it has been unclear exactly what his role is when it comes to transfers.
Daniel Levy has now revealed exactly how the process works in a meeting with the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust.
He claimed that the process involved himself, Mourinho, head scout Steve Hitchin, head of football administration Rebecca Caplehorn, and head of the academy John Mcdermott if it involved a youth player.
Levy said that Hitchin and Mourinho would discuss what is needed in the squad and who might be a good fit, based on age, salary, nationality, language, etc. The list would then be narrowed down and presented to Levy, who would put it into an order of what was possible.
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