Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Tottenham Hotspur Transfer Window Review – North Londoners Finish Strong

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Sourav Bhakat
An ardent sports lover who loves to sleep, eat and watch Manchester City play. In that order.

Tottenham Hotspur came close to a fairy tale season for themselves last campaign before running out of steam towards the end. But it was a satisfactory season nonetheless and the club hierarchy were chuffed with the return of Champions League football to the White Hart Lane. While Tottenham have not gone in hard in the transfer window, they still have bolstered the squad to an extent and have looked to beef up their wafer thin striking options and have replaced exiting midfield personnel.



Vincent Janssen – AZ Alkmaar, £18.6m

Victor Wanyama – Southampton, £11m

Juan Pablo Gonzalez Verlasco – Brentford, free

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou – Marseille, £11m

Pau Lopez – Espanyol, loan

Moussa Sissoko – Newcastle, £30m


DeAndre Yedlin – Newcastle, undisclosed

Nabil Bentaleb – Schalke, loan

Federico Fazio – Roma, loan

Luke McGee – Peterborough, loan

Nathan Oduwa – Peterborough, loan

Grant Ward – Ipswich, £0.7m

Christopher Paul – QPR, free

Filip Lesniak – Slovan Liberec, loan

Emmanuel Sonupe – Northampton, free

Alex Pritchard – Norwich, £9m

Dom Ball – Rotherham, undisclosed

Will Miller – Burton, loan

Clinton Njie – Marseille, loan

Ryan Mason – Hull, £13m

Nacer Chadli – West Brom, £13m

SOURCE: Sky Sports

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One of the major issues of Spurs was their threadbare striking line. One injury to Harry Kane and it would have curtains for all their ambitions. And they couldn’t take the risk of going two seasons with this flawed strategy. Vincent Janssen has been brought in to provide cover and as well as offer another dimension up top. Victor Wanyama will be adding solidity and depth in the central midfield and with the number of matches the addition will prove to be a factor as the season goes on.

Nkoudou was finally confirmed after all sorts of snags on behalf of the selling club and will look to challenge the likes of Eriksen and Lamela for a starting berth. Sissoko was a late addition and Spurs will hope they will see the player as more of the French International than that of Newcastle. His versatility will be handy and he will add a more robust approach from midfield.


For all their recruitment critics have wondered at the quality of the players they have brought in. Some sections argue that the calibre of the new players are far off from the quality they will be encountering in the Champions League. And Spurs have basically replaced the likes of Mason and N’Jie rather than add to the team. With the business, they are unfortunately looking like a team who have to play out of their skins to ensure a Top 4 finish at max.

T40 VERDICT- 6.5/10

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