Harry Redknapp has once again stated that he does not expect Tottenham Hotspur to bring in any new players during this month’s transfer window.
The only way Redknapp could be tempted to put his hand into his pocket is if a player becomes available who can take the club to the next level. January is well known for over-flated transfer fees as well as the fact that the top stars are heavily involved in the Champions League.
“I don’t really see us doing anything,” said Redknapp. “I’d be surprised. It’s hard to find players, I couldn’t say that we have anyone in mind we would want to bring in.
“It is difficult to see me bringing anybody in really as we have a strong squad. I have Michael Dawson coming back and I have Ledley King so we are not short there.
“The young right-back Kyle Walker has done well, I have an excellent left-back in Benoit Assou-Ekotto and we have cover there with Danny Rose so I am not short anywhere.
“Tom Huddlestone will come back too so really we are okay, we just need to keep cracking on.”
Youngsters David Button, Andros Townsend, Ryan Mason and Harry Kane have all been sent out on loan to Doncaster, Leeds United and Millwall respectively.
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