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Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs want five new signings over next two transfer windows

Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs want five new signings over next two transfer windows -Tottenham Hotspur News

Tottenham Hotspur reporter for football.london Alasdair Gold has revealed that the club want to make five new signings over the next two transfer windows.

The Lowdown: Reinforcements needed

Spurs could be perceived to be under a bit of a false position in being in fourth place in the Premier League table, as their record of 23 goals conceded is actually the 10th worst in the division.

Boxing Day’s 2-2 draw away at Brentford was remarkably the ninth game in a row that they have conceded the first goal, which Antonio Conte admitted himself is not sustainable.

Nonetheless, the North London club could do with some extra reinforcements in the January transfer window, in order to help them keep their UEFA Champions League spot for next season.

The Latest: Five signings planned

Taking to Twitter, Gold has revealed that the Lilywhites have made it their priority to sign a new right wing-back and attacker in January, as well as two central defenders and a goalkeeper in the summer:

“Spurs’ January priorities are a new attacker and RWB, potentially one permanent, one loan-to-buy like last year. Unless circumstances change, understand summer plan includes two CBs, one left and other central/right, and long-term successor to Hugo Lloris.”

The Verdict: Exciting

It will certainly be exciting for supporters to hear of the level of transfer activity being planned to improve the squad over the next two windows.

Writing in his corresponding piece for football.london, Gold added that the likes of Tete, Ruslan Malinovskyi, Martin Terrier, Harvey Barnes, Ismaila Sarr, Wilfried Zaha, Anthony Gordon and Adama Traore have all been considered as attacking additions, while Pedro Porro, Vanderson, Denzel Dumfries and Malo Gusto are all options at right wing-back.

Franck Kessie and Alessandro Bastoni were other names mentioned for strengthening other areas of the pitch, as Daniel Levy looks set to dig deep into his pockets to try and get a quality squad together for Conte.

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