Despite having secured six signings this summer, Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte is still on the lookout for more additions to add to his squad, according to reliable journalist Alasdair Gold.
The Lowdown: Spurs’ window
Spurs managing director Fabio Paratici has been hard at work this summer having secured six additions to Conte’s Lilywhites squad.
Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster arrived on free transfers earlier in the window, paving the way for two big money moves.
More recently, Spurs have announced the season-long loan signing of Clement Lenglet from Barcelona, further adding full-back Djed Spence to their ranks after lengthy negotiations with Championship side Middlesbrough.
The Latest: Selling to buy?
In football.london’s latest Tottenham QnA, Gold was regularly asked about Paratici’s current position in the transfer market.
In response to whether the club are still looking to bring more players in this summer, the reliable journalist claimed:
“Players need to head out of the door in the weeks ahead and Conte told me out in Korea that the club will continue to look for further opportunities to improve the squad.”
The Verdict: Big overhaul
With lots of new faces arriving through the door at Hotspur Way, the Lilywhites have also seen a number of departures this summer.
Winger Steven Bergwijn was finally granted his N17 exit, with the player opting to join Dutch giants Ajax for a £26.4m fee.
With a handful of departures still expected to be completed before the transfer window closes in September, Tottenham fans could expect to see a variety of new players lining up in a Lilywhites shirt next season, making this one of the biggest overhauls of Spurs’ squad in recent times.
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