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The summer transfer window has closed and Tottenham fans have been reacting to the club’s business, which included two deadline day deals.

Spurs announced the signing of Serge Aurier from Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of £23 million. The right-back has signed a five-year contract.

Fernando Llorente’s arrival from Swansea was also confirmed. The Spanish striker has joined for a fee of around £12m.

However, Tottenham failed in a late bid to bring in Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes.

Meanwhile, Spurs target Ross Barkley turned down a last minute move to Chelsea despite taking part in a medical with the London club. He will remain with Everton until January at least.

Prior to deadline day, Tottenham brought in three players: Paulo Gazzaniga, Davinson Sanchez and Juan Foyth.

Kyle Walker and Kevin Wimmer departed, with Spurs making huge profits on both players.

At the time of writing, Vincent Janssen is being linked with a loan move to Brighton, who have been granted a deadline extension.

Here’s how Twitter reacted to the club’s summer business following the close of the transfer window.

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  1. A fair bit of business proven winners ,strong mentally to bolster team.Quality defenders , experienced striker and players who are not worried about Wembley crap – change style of play and be mentally strong and positive that is what is needed long season ahead time to win trophy and top four finish. CL GOING TO BE TOUGH SO FOCUS IS NEEDED MUST HAVE WINNINING MENTALITY BE RUTHLESS KILL OFF TEAMS – NO INCH NO QUARTER!

    TIME FOR TEAM TO EARN THEIR FEES – MAN UP TO CHALLENGE !

  2. Im disappointed. We done fine with the ones we got, and our backline looks solid with good cover in all places. Im worried about our cover in central mid and our final third though. With CL and domestic cups we look very thin. My main priority in this window would be to get some cover on the left for Eriksen, preferably someone with speed and we did fail, leaving it to late bla bla bla. Eriksen, Alli have so far looked of the pace, need someone who could push them a bit. N’kodou, Sissoko does not cut the mustard and those are our backups…+ the forgotten Lamela. Pray to god we are lucky with injuries in the mid/forward department! COYS

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