Tottenham have already been relatively busy in the transfer market since Jose Mourinho took over as the new head coach, especially when compared to Pochettino’s infamous 18-months without a single new signing.
In the January window, Spurs brought in Gedson Fernandes on loan and Steven Bergwijn on a transfer from PSV. They also made Giovani Lo Celso’s loan from Real Betis permanent.
On the outgoing side of things, Christian Eriksen was sold to Inter Milan and both Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters were loaned out to Newcastle and Southampton respectively.
Jan Vertonghen currently has just a number of months left on his contract at Tottenham, as does third-choice keeper Michel Vorm, both of whom could leave on frees in the summer.
However, Jose Mourinho has now ruled out a squad overhaul in his first summer transfer window as Tottenham head coach, stating three reasons it is unlikely to happen this year.
Dan Kilpatrick reports Jose said:
#thfc Mourinho rules out a summer "overhaul" at Spurs. "No, not massive changes. First of all, that's not what we think we need. 2nd because of the profile of our club & 3rd because of what the market is. Year after year, it's more difficult. I'm not thinking of an overhaul."
— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) March 3, 2020
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