What do Tottenham need in the transfer window this summer?

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What do Tottenham need in the transfer window this summer?
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เว็บ บอล ออนไลน์ Tottenham go into the summer transfer window with clear calls from manager Mauricio Pochettino to establish a new plan to transform Spurs into a trophy-winning side. After showing promise that this could have been their year, especially in the FA Cup where they reached the semi-finals, Pochettino's team ultimately fell short once again - and they were way off a Premier League title challenge after two previous seasons of being in the running.

Making the headlines...
Sky Sports News understands Tottenham's priorities for the window are a new central midfielder, another lateral forward to play behind Harry Kane and a left back, while they may also sign a new centre-back. This suggests the futures of Mousa Dembele, who has one year left on his contract and is a target for both Milan clubs and others in China, Danny Rose, who has hardly played all season, and Toby Alderweireld are in doubt going into the summer.

Pundit's view: Midfielder to displace Dier?
Matt Le Tissier: "I don't see them going mad as there will still be limitations on their budget, so they will perhaps have to sell a couple of squad players to increase their funds. "Certainly if they lose Toby Alderweireld then they will need another centre-back. Davinson Sanchez did well but he'll still need quality cover. "I'm not a huge fan of Eric Dier so another central midfielder is what they need if they are to hold higher aspirations, but they have got a lot of quality in their squad. เว็บ บอล ออนไลน์

Clues from the manager?
Pochettino rarely gives any indication as to who or what he wants in the market but, in his lengthy and emotive account of the club's status after the final game of the season, he did reiterate they would not be spending "crazy money". He said: "We cannot think we are the most clever people in the world and we are going to win trophies and spend small money. We need to think that our reality is different, and our fans need to think and be happy and support us, because we are not this type of club that is going to invest crazy money."

In May, the Argentine also said he expected it to be another challenging summer to compete for their top targets, especially because of the earlier deadline and the World Cup going on at the same time. "The number of players will be limited, like every season, and the market today is going up," he said. "The last few seasons have become crazy. "But in the end there is a number of players who can help you improve. Then, of course, if you have a strong financial side you can go buy some players. This is not new for us - we have priority players to sign but they go to a club with more money.

What are the odds?
According to Sky Bet, Spurs are joint-favourites with Juventus to sign Anthony Martial (2/1), should he leave Manchester United, while Ryan Sessegnon is rated as a 5/2 shot. Should Spurs seek a centre-back, Alfie Mawson (3/1) and Ben Mee (7/2) are deemed to be in the mix, while rumoured targets Luke Shaw and Malcom both 9/2. A return to Spurs for Gareth Bale has odds of 7/2, while Wilfried Zaha is 6/1, with Manchester City favourites to land the Crystal Palace winger. เว็บ บอล ออนไลน์

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