Tottenham will need to start getting back into the habit of being a tough team to break down should they wish to have a successful season.
Having been torn apart by the brilliance of Barcelona, it again highlights that Tottenham are still some way from being one of the world’s elite teams.
Despite having a fantastic group of players, there are improvements to be made at Tottenham and those could be dealt with during the January transfer window, if Daniel Levy is prepared to financially back the team.
Hugo Lloris has had a few nervy moments this season and his number two Michel Vorm isn’t providing any competition for the Frenchman so to benefit both Lloris and Tottenham in the long term, they should turn their attention to a keeper with the quality of Ajax’ Andre Onana.
Onana, (who is valued at £16.2 million on Transfermarkt) the Ajax shot-stopper, has been brilliant for the club ever since moving from the Barcelona youth team.
In his 99 appearances for the Dutch champions so far, he has conceded just 85 goals and kept 42 clean-sheets which further highlights his brilliance in-between the sticks.
Hugo Lloris is Tottenham’s captain but that isn’t to say healthy competition to inspire him to continue performing.
Andre Onana, on the other hand, is in fantastic form again this season, conceding as little as nine goals in 15 games so far.
The Cameroon international is on his way to becoming a top goalkeeper and Tottenham would add significant strength to that position should they bring Onana is as competition and future successor to Hugo Lloris.
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