Report names eight big-name free agents Tottenham could still sign

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur made some impressive signings in the transfer window this summer, as Poch and Levy introduced Tanguy Ndombele, Ryan Sessegnon, and Giovani Lo Celso to the team.

Jack Clarke also signed from Leeds United but went back out on loan to his old club for the season.

While the transfer window has now slammed shut for Premier League clubs to make any further purchases, there is nothing stopping them from signing players on a free.

TalkSPORT have now made a list of eight big-name free agents that Prem clubs like Spurs could yet snap up.

Fernando Llorente – An obvious choice after his contract expired at Spurs at the end of last season.

Daniel Sturridge – Experienced in the Premier League and could be a good back up, although injury-prone.

Mario Balotelli – Still only 29 and has all the talent in the world, but thus is Balotelli’s unpredictability.

Hatem Ben Arfa – His contract ended at Rennes this summer, and the former Newcastle man is in high demand.

Wilfried Bony – Once one of the brightest strikers in the Prem, Bony’s career stalled when he moved to Man City. Is the 32-year-old still worth a gamble?

Franck Ribery – All the experience and winning mentality you could ask for, but he is 36.

Lazar Markovic – Never quite made it at Liverpool, but he is still only 25-years-old.

Claudio Marchisio – 389 appearances. Seven Serie A titles. Need I say more?

Would you like to see Spurs take any of these?

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  1. Would much rather invest minutes in Troy Parrot, though re-signing Lorrente can be an option if Troy is not regarded as ready yet.

  2. The only one obvious beside Llorente and what he can give us in the heading department is Balotelli. But Balotelli does not have the work ethic to match Poch so that and those players will never materialize.


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