Opinion: Our Tottenham predictions for next season – Including how many Kane will score

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Dom Le Roy

Another year has gone and it was another year without a trophy for Tottenham, unless you count the Audi Cup, of course.

With the 2020/21 season already on the horizon, we wanted to make some predictions regarding what Spurs fans can expect from the next campaign.

A trick up Jose’s sleeve – We just have a feeling that Mourinho, with all his contacts, may have a transfer trick up his sleeve in the summer window, so watch this space!

Sales – Kyle Walker-Peters, Danny Rose, Juan Foyth, and Serge Aurier all leave the club in the summer.

No injuries for Harry – Harry Kane is set to go a full season without a serious injury!

30 + goals for Kane – With a full season at his disposal, Harry Kane hits a whopping 31 Premier League goals!

15 + goals and assists for Son – Heung-min Son records 15 plus goals and 15 plus assists across the season.

The Dier resurgence – Eric Dier, seemingly down and out under Poch, cements himself as the first-choice central defender for Spurs and even gets back in the England team.

Loan spells galore – Oliver Skipp, Troy Parrott, and Ryan Sessegnon are all given much-needed loan spells away from Tottenham.

Cirkin fever –  Dennis Cirkin emerges as a regular choice for Mourinho at left-back, interchanging with Ben Davies.

Ndombele comes good – The one that everyone wants to believe, Tanguy Ndombele finally lives up to his Spurs transfer record price tag!

Moura thrives – Tottenham finally get the best out of Lucas Moura!

Davinson Sanchez drifts – Sanchez drifts away from Jose’s long-term plans after a few nasty errors, with Tanganga taking over as third-choice central defender.

Lloris contract – Hugo Lloris commits to a new three year Spurs contract.

Player of the Season – Giovani Lo Celso picks up the Tottenham player of the season award.

Top four – Tottenham finish in the top four alongside Liverpool, Man City, and Chelsea.

Trophy! – Tottenham end their 12-year wait for a trophy by lifting both the FA Cup and the Europa League trophies.

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