As soon as the summer transfer window opened, Tottenham Hotspur became one of the busiest clubs in the Premier League. It’s unusual for Spurs to do their business so early, but the arrival of Djed Spence from Middlesbrough made it six new signings before the season had begun.
There may be more to follow but Tottenham will be looking to offload in the few days that remain. A number of fringe players have yet to feature in the new campaign and it’s becoming clear that they are surplus to requirements.
Spurs fans will be anxious for the club to end their 15-year trophy drought. The absence of silverware will be at the forefront of manager Antonio Conte’s mind but there are other targets to hit.
A top four finish and a guaranteed place in the Champions League for next season is the minimum aim for Conte and his men. Things have begun positively in that respect with an unbeaten start that had briefly taken Tottenham to the top of the EPL table after three games.
According to the bookmakers, Spurs are well placed but they should expect a challenge from a much-improved Arsenal team. Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea lead the Top Four markets while Tottenham and Arsenal are joint fourth favourites in places.
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The first man under the spotlight is Spanish international left back Sergio Reguilon. He’s a left back who seems to fit well into Antonio Conte’s preferred formation, but he’s failed to nail down a regular place since the new manager arrived.
Reguilon had been linked with a move back to La Liga while it’s now being reported that Lazio are looking to tie up a last minute deal. Some Spurs fans will be sorry to see him go, but Sergio Reguilon may well be the next player out of the door.
A midfielder who came through the club’s academy, Harry Winks is a Tottenham fan, but he’s not featured regularly in the last two seasons. At the age of 26, he’ll be anxious for the game time that will bring him back under the radar of England national coach Gareth Southgate.
Winks has been linked to Everton and a switch to Spain where he has ancestry. Southampton and Newcastle are other potential destinations and it seems almost certain that Harry Winks transfer will be moved this summer.
It’s unlikely that Spurs will be keen on letting Japhet Tanganga leave the club on a permanent basis. The 23-year-old defender shows great promise for the future but Tottenham do seem open to letting him leave on a season-long loan.
AC Milan are the team in the frame and there are suggestions that the Serie A club would be open to negotiating a permanent deal for Tanganga.
A tricky winger who arrived from Sevilla in 2021, Bryan Gil promised to be the type of exciting player that would become a fans’ favourite at Spurs. He certainly has skill but the Spanish international has appeared too lightweight for the physical demands of the English Premier League.
Gil spent much of last season on loan at Valencia and a similar deal may be struck before the end of the transfer window.
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