Like many clubs, Spurs have a lot of big decisions to make for next season. One of the biggest, alongside whether to stick with current boss Mourinho, is who to try and buy. Now a lot of this will depend on how much money they’ve got to spend as well as who’s in charge. Obviously, Mourinho will have different preferences to another manager. But who might some of Spurs’ key targets be in the next transfer window?
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Some of these players might be a bit more obvious than others. And a lot of this will depend both on how much money they’ve got to spend as well as whether they’re in the Champions League or not. Some of the biggest names will want Champions League football, but Spurs’ new ground good still be a factor. It’s one of the best in the world, and could help move Spurs into the next level as a “big club”. But who might they buy in the next transfer window?
Could we see a return to Spurs for Gareth Bale? After moving on for what was then a record transfer fee, there’s often been talk of him returning. Especially now that he is often out of favour in Madrid. One stumbling block might be his wages, which would make him by far the highest player at the club.
Maddison has impressed many this season for Leicester. People say he’s ready to make the step up to a bigger club. Others might argue that Leicester are currently in a better position than Spurs, and this move wouldn’t be much of a step up. He would also be expensive, and there will probably be other big clubs in for him.
Another player who might want a step up to a big club but will also have lots of other clubs interested is Jack Grealish. He’s impressed for a struggling Villa side this year. And although he has supported that club his whole life, he might want to take the next step in his career soon. Especially if they get relegated. However, one issue for Spurs is that there might be much bigger clubs in for him, and he will be expensive.
Spurs have struggled for depth in the full back positions recently, and Digne is one of the best left-backs in the league and plays for arguably a smaller club than Spurs. However, Everton are ambitious and have strong financial backing so this transfer might be slightly unlikely. It could cost a lot, too.
Giroud has already played for two London clubs, and Spurs need some depth up front for when Kane is injured. Giroud might be more likely than you think, even though he is still well liked at Arsenal which could scupper a move to their North London rivals.
Mourinho might be a big fan of Doucoure’s versatility and physicality. He’s been a real hit for Watford under new boss Nigel Pearson after being moved forward slightly. But he can play deeper, too. That makes him a good fit for Spurs.
Another player who has impressed and has a lot of attributes Mourinho might like is Dwight McNeill from Burnley. While he plays for a smaller club, Burnley have been really good this season and McNeill has arguably been their best player. He could be a target for Mourinho’s Spurs.
Who do you think Spurs might try and buy in the next transfer window? And who might leave?
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