Tottenham Hotspur had one of their best seasons last term, in which they succeeded to make it to the top two in the Premier League. They were brilliant at giving the eventual champions Chelsea a run for their money throughout the season in pursuit of the coveted title but Conte’s consistency was too much in the face of Pochettino’s flair.
However, the Spurs are looking to build on the success of the last season and make this season a great one for their supporters by winning the Premier League title. For that, Mauricio Pochettino has been looking to bring in a number of players who can benefit the squad with their presence on the pitch.
Three players who are being eyed by the Spurs to be brought into the side for the next season are-
The Everton player has been one of the most highly rated attacking midfielders in the Premier League and might be on the move in the summer, having denied penning down a new agreement with the Toffees for the new season. Although the English player has twelve more months left on his contract, it is highly unlikely that he will be looking to spend another season at Goodison Park.
Spurs are, however, not looking to pay £25 million for the Everton star and are looking for a cut-price deal to land the dazzler in the squad for the next season. Everton have already signed Davy Klaassen as a replacement for the English star and are looking to get the maximum revenue out of their prized possession from the summer transfer market.
The Czech Republic star has been one of the brightest young players in the current scenario and has attracted a lot of interest with his brilliant performance for his current team Sampdoria, the Italian Serie A club. Reportedly, he has been eyed by a number of clubs from all over Europe, including both the North London clubs Arsenal and Tottenham.
The youngster has started only 11 matches for his club last season, scoring 12 goals for them, thus bursting into the scene of European club football. However, the Spurs might have to face tough competition from Italian champions Juventus in order to bag him.
The Burnley defender has made a strong statement in the recently concluded season with his performance and is being targeted by the Spurs as a backup for their defender duo Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweirald. With the Austrian centre-back Kevin Wimmer failing to impress, it is quite likely that the Spurs will bring in the Englishman this summer.