Opinion: How Tottenham could line up next season after making five new signings

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have already secured the signings of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Matt Doherty, and Joe Hart for the new season, but how could they look once they are finished?

The summer transfer window is open until October this year, so Daniel Levy and Jose Mourinho will have plenty of time to work some magic in the coming months.

We would like to see the Lilywhites add two more names to their ranks, namely a winger and a striker.

In terms of strikers, the most likely candidate could be Callum Wilson from relegated Bournemouth, although we would love a big name final signing. What about Gareth Bale?

Bale refused to rule out a Premier League return in an interview with Sky Sports today, while adding that Real Madrid pulled the plug on an exit last summer.

Let’s take a look at how Tottenham could line up under Mourinho if they managed to pull off those two signings ahead of the window slamming shut, including a strong first-team and a possible rotation XI for the League Cup and Europa League qualifiers.


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  1. Ndombele will be used in a loan swap with Bale, it’s the only way to afford his wages, bringing Lamela into the picture above.

    Bergwijn is ahead of Sessegnon too, who would benefit from a loan, but we will need a big squad this season.

    I don’t think we will buy Wilson but expect another option to fill the number 9 shirt, not just as a back up for Harry but as an alternative target man option or someone to play alongside him on occasion.


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