Tottenham Hotspur and Mauricio Pochettino are not afraid to give young talent the chance to impress when earned, with the likes of Harry Winks, Oliver Skipp, Davinson Sanchez, Juan Foyth, Kyle Walker-Peters and more epitomising this.
Spurs have also now gone well over a year without bringing in a single new player to the squad.
The club became the first Prem side in history not to sign a player in the summer transfer window last year, before extending the record to an entire season.
Despite opening their brand new stadium for its first test event at the weekend, you would think that Spurs and Levy still have some funds tucked up their sleeve for the summer.
A marquee signing to take into the new stadium would be the perfect way to get the new White Hart Lane rocking in 2019/20.
Ex-West Ham goalkeeper Shaka Hislop has told the Express that he believes Spurs and Poch will go out and sign Jadon Sancho to make such a statement.
He said: “I just feel that this is a perfect fit for Sancho and his talents.
“Also coming together, I spoke about Pochettino, I think he will still be at White Hart Lane come next season.
“Let’s keep in mind that Daniel Levy and Spurs have barely spent any money over the last couple of seasons.
“I think, new stadium opening, Pochettino, who I think will stay, given Solskjaer, given Zidane and Real Madrid, those were the two big clubs really after Pochettino reportedly, Pochettino will be promised money.
“And if I’ve got a whole lot of money to spend and I’m looking for an up and coming talent, that maybe available, and maybe acquirable, Jadon Sancho ticks all those boxes.
“I think Spurs spend heavy on him.”
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