Tottenham fans will remember only too well that the club failed to bring in any summer singings during the 2018 window under Mauricio Pochettino.
In fact, this lack of new faces set a new Premier League record, as the club become the first in history not to dip into the summer market.
Tottenham then extended this record when they chose not to sign any new players in the January window either.
Pochettino ended up going almost 18-months without bringing in a single new face, until Spurs finally landed young Jack Clarke from Leeds United in the summer of 2019.
With the Premier League, and the vast majority of European leagues, suspended and the UK on lockdown, the state of the upcoming summer transfer window remains unknown.
With Spurs being linked to a number of players in the press, Daniel Levy has now come out and urged people to wake up and realise the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Levy said in a statement: ‘When I read or hear stories about player transfers this summer like nothing has happened, people need to wake up to the enormity of what is happening around us.’
Spurs Web Opinion:
Could this be an early warning that Spurs will not be active in the summer market due to financial losses from the Coronavirus? I hope that Levy is simply asking people to concentrate on more important things than transfer rumours, because the Spurs squad is in desperate need of new faces.
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