Spurs have been a bit quiet lately. Several supposed “done deals” seem to have stalled, while rumours fill the news void.
In my opininon we still need strengthening at centre back and left midfield. Let’s have a look at some of the more substantiated rumours. Continue reading
After the capture of 20 year-old Eric Dier, from Sporting Lisbon, reports suggest Tottenham are still looking to add another centre back to their squad. The latest name to be linked with a move to White Hart Lane is 23 year-old Villareal defender, Mateo Musacchio.
With Dawson looking unsuited to the new coach’s system, Kaboul injury prone, and Dier and Chiriches probably not first team regulars just yet, there is a clear need for Continue reading
Spurs sprung a surprise this week, as they reached an agreement to sign 20-year-old centre back, Eric Dier, from Sporting Lisbon for a reported £4 Million fee. New manager, Mauricio Pochettino, has been on the look-out for a central defender – Tottenham have been linked with a succession of candidates from Toby Alderweireld to Ron Vlaar. Will the new signing fit the bill?
Why is he right for Spurs?
Dier has an unconventional background, having spent Continue reading
Using the way Pochettino’s Southampton side was set up and the few pre-season games we have already played, we can start to piece together an idea of how the new manager’s Tottenham team might look.
The starting XI might be something like: Continue reading
Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez are heavily rumoured to be on their way to Spurs, as the Southampton exodus continues. It was inevitable that Mauricio Pochettino would try to bring some of his former players to White Hart Lane but are these the two worth buying? Continue reading
Finally Spurs addressed the biggest weakness in their squad by completing the signing of left back Ben Davies, from Swansea. Davies is not a marauding full back in the mould of Luke Shaw – he’s unlikely to be the next Gareth Bale – but he is a competent defender with perhaps better positional discipline than his more illustrious peers.
I have long bemoaned Continue reading
Somewhat disappointingly Spurs are yet to enter the transfer market this summer. There is an obvious need for some stability after the upheaval of 12 months ago, but with a new manager and several weaknesses in the squad, one or two signings would still be welcome. Daniel Levy has a tendency to leave deals till the last minute, trying to get the best financial result but this is often a false economy, destabilising the team during the early part of the season.
Before considering any new players, Tottenham must first Continue reading