The fact that Tottenham failed to sign any players in the last two transfer windows was something that was covered extensively by the British press.
After Tottenham lost in the final of the Champions League to Liverpool, there were suggestions that Mauricio Pochettino might leave the club if they didn’t show the required ambition to win trophies.
The club certainly answered their critics on Monday by shattering their transfer record for Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, while also securing the signing of winger Jack Clarke from Leeds United.
More players are expected to follow in the coming days and weeks if reports are to be believed (Marca).
Former Spurs midfielder Jermaine Jenas took to social media to hail Ndombele’s signing and insisted that it was a strong statement from the club
Strong statement from Spurs, looking forward to seeing what Tanguy Ndombele brings to the team next season.
— Jermaine Jenas (@jjenas8) July 2, 2019
The French international revealed in his first interview with the club that he has always wanted to play in the Premier League.
He also said that he is looking forward to playing at Tottenham’s new stadium, which he described as the best one he has ever seen.
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Ndombele is a sensational signing from the club as the 22-year-old was one of the most sought after players in world football. This signing sends out a message that Tottenham can compete for the best players in the world.
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