Our Tottenham Hotspur fans here in the Transfer Tavern will be hoping to see Daniel Levy bring Mauricio Pochettino some new players to arrive through the doors of their new stadium next season.
Spurs have crept into the top-four places recently, at Chelsea’s expense, however, the Blues are giving the Lillywhites a little fight going into the final few games of the season. Indeed, following the semi-final defeat to Man United recently, reports suggest the Argentine is considering his future at the club and Mauricio Pochettino has certainly cut a demoralised figure of late.
Spurs have had a near enough settled side for some time now, but our punters feel that for Pochettino to take this team to a level where they can win a trophy, there needs to be a serious shakeup and a certain revitalising ahead of next season, for fear of it becoming stagnant – much like their north London rivals Arsenal.
If Pochettino is to remain happy at the new stadium and look to bring any kind of trophy to Spurs during his time at the club, then our barman thinks he needs Levy to deliver these two players. With that in mind, our landlord takes a look at TWO players who could come in and really light things up within the squad…
The Italian is having a great season so far for Lazio, and his goal to game ratio is astonishing in Serie A so far this campaign. Tottenham desperately need to bring in a different option to Harry Kane for when a game isn’t going their way or he is injured like last season, and having Fernando Llorente on the bench just isn’t cutting it in the big time among the elite.
Immobile would bring a wealth of experience with him and a much-needed source of healthy competition for Kane to stop him from getting tired or injured.
Nabil Fekir is having one of his best ever seasons at the moment. He is banging in goals left, right and centre and helping Lyon pull up trees in Ligue 1. Indeed, his range of passing and direct dribbling ability would surely mix things up in the Spurs midfield and, he could be the type of player to sit behind Harry Kane whilst feeding him the ball, much like he has done for Lyon this season.
With Tottenham’s pace and high press, he could be the man to unlock a defence.
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