After seeing close to no activity in two back to back transfer windows, Tottenham Hotspur were very active in the summer transfer window, parting company with several players and adding four new names to the squad.
Arguably the player to have made the most impact at his new club is Kieran Tripper, who has established himself as a regular for Atletico Madrid and has registered two assists already this season along with finding himself back involved in the England national side.
Meanwhile, Fernando Llorente also had a solid start to life at Napoli but since netting a goal against Liverpool and a brace against Lecce, the Spaniard has seen both his opportunities and goals dry up.
Vincent Janssen hasn’t had a prolific start to the season at FC Monterrey, having netted just two goals in nine appearances for the Mexican side so far.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou is also reportedly getting a run of games under his belt for Besiktas and is starting to establish himself in the side.
However, former academy graduates, Josh Onomah and Marcus Edwards have not had an ideal start to life outside Spurs with Onomah only managing a handful of appearances for Fulham and Edwards still waiting for his first league start with the Portuguese club, Vitoria.
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There is certainly a case to be made that Tottenham could have done with the likes of Kieran Trippier and Fernando Llorente following the poor start the team has made to the season.
However, it is clear that none of them are really pulling up any trees and I believe Spurs would have still had the same problems had we hung on to these players.
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