Report: Tottenham could complete four deals by next week

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham became the first club since the inception of the summer transfer window to not add a single player to their squad, last summer.

Despite not singing any players, Spurs have performed exceedingly well so far this season and still remain in the hunt in all four major competitions.

Based on the rumours in the press, Spurs might be a lot busier in the winter transfer window with multiple incoming and outgoings expected over the next few weeks.

While the likes of Mousa Dembele, Fernando Llorente, Michel Vorm and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou have been linked with moves away from the club, Tottenham have also been linked with several midfielders and strikers including the likes of Adrien Rabiot, Franck Kessié, Jarrod Bowen and Josh Maja.

Andy Wilson of The Express reports today that Tottenham might complete four deals by the end of next week.

The report claims that while Matt Doherty and Josh Maja are set to arrive at North London, Mousa Dembele is expected to complete his move to Beijing Sinobo Guoan while Fernando Llorente is set to rejoin his old club Atletico Bilbao.

If this report is to be believed, Daniel Levy may have learned his lessons from the last transfer window. 

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  1. “If this report is to be believed, Daniel Levy may have learned his lessons from the last transfer window.”
    What lesson was that? Not buying for the sake of it and still managing to challenge for 4 trophies in Jan plus watching other high spending teams aka Arsenal, Manchester United and Everton struggle to keep up with us.
    The Lesson then must be; “Put all your eggs in one basket—and watch that basket.” Andrew Carnegie.
    But a caveat needs making and that’s what Poch has been saying for the past 2 years. Now the team is built the only additions will be those who improve us and that must send chills down every other Premier Leagues neck along with a big message to any new recruits that he believes them better than anything available which is a wonder start to any relationship between player and manager.

    • Very well said.
      If there are to be any signings made personally I’m really hoping it’s Rabiot and Maja to replace the outgoing Dembele and one of Llorente or Janssen. Then if there is to be any more signings we make them in the summer

  2. Difficult to see why he would learn any lesson – given Spurs success this season on all fronts, there is a strong argument that sticking with the same squad is the right way to go

  3. Levy’s the teacher not the student,spending millions is a gamble and guarantees you nothing. If spurs in the face of all this adversity won a cup this season ,the lesson would be for the rest of the premier league to learn.

  4. I think other ‘spending’ clubs have learnt a lesson from Pochettino a Levy. You have to build a competitive top 4 side, especially if you want it to last for a decent period of time. Adding players that are deemed to improve the squad, because as has already been seen, just buying ‘mercenary’ footballers, is both a huge waste of money & time, and they invariably ‘upset’ the dressing room.

  5. Exactly what lesson? THFC are a shining example of how it should be done, to build a team and be patient. However, a few additions to cover injured players, and indeed dare i say, improve the squad even the team, would be icing on the cake. Coys!


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