A loss at the new stadium was going to happen at one point. The main focus for Tottenham now though is how they will land themselves a spot in the Champions League final. Yikes, what a sentence.
After miraculously making their way through to the semi-final, the aim for Tottenham, believe it or not, has to be getting to the final in Madrid. It would take some doing but with the quality Mauricio Pochettino’s players have shown at times this season, nothing is impossible.
What a story it’d be.
Next season though, is bound to be very different prospect entirely. Whether Tottenham can seriously challenge for the Premier League title and other silverware is unknown but building for the future is something they’re doing very well right now.
With a number of top quality youngsters throughout their team, Tottenham would do well to sign another highly-rated player in the name of Norwich City’s Max Aarons.
Aarons, (who is valued at £4.5 million on Transfermarkt) has rightly been named within the Championship Team of the Season this campaign, after playing his part in allowing Norwich to be promoted back into the Premier League. The 19-year-old has been crucial for the Canaries in every sense this season. His defending ability is fantastic, whilst he constantly gets up and down the pitch providing balls into the box for his team-mates.
Touted with a move to North London by the Telegraph late last month, he looks every inch the kind of player who’d thrive under Pochettino. Young, hungry and talented, it almost makes too much sense not to make a move.
With two goals and six assists, Aarons has shown exactly what he is capable of, and what an asset he could be for a club like Tottenham attempting to build for a better future. Over Kieran Trippier who has been poor this season, Max Aarons could be a fantastic addition for Tottenham and one that solidifies the right-back role for years to come.
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