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These two January signings would win Tottenham Hotspur the Champions League – Agreed?

Lilywhite fans here in the Tavern down their glasses in the swing of the party mood, after their side’s Champions League unbeaten streak was extended after Wednesday night’s antics. 

Tottenham Hotspur received the best possible send-off from their beloved White Hart Lane, as they managed to secure the presence of Champions League football for yet another season in North London.

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After being filled with disappointment in their last European campaign after a group stage exit, Mauricio Pochettino and his current squad were most certainly looking to eradicate lightning striking twice.

But Spurs fans here in the Tavern feared the worst as their side was drawn into the ‘group of death’ containing previous finalist Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid, two sides seemingly destined for the knockout stages.

Yet in the same manner that has seen the Pochettino legacy amount his Tottenham side as regular Champions League customers, he managed to rally his troops to overcome the challenges of both Borussia Dortmund and world champions Real Madrid with flying colors, having completed their legs against the giants with an unbeaten streak and 13 points to show for it.

Fanatics here in the Tavern believe that after beating the best team in the world, there’s no reason for them not to go all the way, right?

With confidence brimming high and a date in the knockout stages jotted down in the calendar, the January transfer window could pose an added importance in the Wembley outfit giving themselves the best possible chance of bringing the goods back to the English capital.

Therefore, here’s a look at TWO world stars that could implement the European dream…

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