With only three new arrivals at White Hart Lane this summer, Spurs are lagging behind most of the Premier League when it comes to new arrivals. Away from the club, most neutral observers are expecting big things but after seven new faces turned up at the Lane last summer added to a current dearth of sales, there isn’t much room for anyone to come in.

Yesterday, head coach Mauricio Pochettino claimed that he already had an ‘unbelievable’ squad but admitted that he may be adding to it by the start of the campaign.

“I’m happy with the squad. From the outside you can see Tottenham have unbelievable players, which is true, but we can improve,” Mauricio said.

“We will try and add some players but we don’t expect many changes because the club, over the last season, made some unbelievable investment in the squad and we want to develop those players.”

Pochettino added that he was continuing to analyse his existing players.

“At the moment we are starting to analyse every player,” he added. “It’s a lot different seeing a player from the outside and getting a feeling for the player. It’s important to get a feel for them and then take a decision.”

The head coach refused to comment on the link with Morgan Schneiderlin but based on these comments we may yet see new faces at the club before the season kicks off at West Ham next week.



  1. We brought in far too many players last season, we need stability. By adding Mussachio and Depay creates a solid defence and Verts will stay, by adding depay adds the very missing left side of our midfield!! since bale left its never been filled despite all those players last season. Of the rumours are true, no team will look forward to playing us this season. Poch has the right philosophy. Hes strengthened our back four and back up for Lloris. Attacking high tempo football, its gonna be a good season for Spurs.. Coys

  2. Agree with gav, we still need a CB but if we get out targets we will have a good season. Lamela will be like à new signing COYS


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