New report shows where Spurs are lacking

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Tottenham Hotspur have vastly improved the depth of their squad in recent years.

This shows by the fact that Spurs are enjoying their best ever start to a Premier League season this campaign, despite having countless injuries through the opening 11 games.

A recent report by the CIES has listed the estimated transfer values for players around the globe, taking into account age, talent, growth, etc.

Tottenham Hotspur have a number of players in the top ten rankings in the report.

Harry Kane is currently valued at 197 million Euros, the second highest rated forward behind Mbappe.

Dele Alli is the highest rated midfielder on the planet, with a value of 163 million Euros.

Davinson Sanchez only falls behind Samuel Umtiti in the centre back list, with a valuation of 97 million Euros.

Even Hugo Lloris makes the top ten goalkeepers despite his recent drop in form, with a valuation of 41 million Euros.

There is actually only one position in which Tottenham players don’t feature in the top 10, and that is full back.

Kieran Trippier, Ben Davies, Danny Rose, Serge Aurier and Kyle Walker-Peters are all absent from the list, highlighting a possible weak spot for the North London club.

Trippier’s performances have dipped significantly since the World Cup, with Trent Alexander-Arnold leading the way as the most valuable full back (96 million).

Former Spurs right back, Kyle Walker, is second on the list.

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