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Tottenham Hotspur FC squad. Here is the Tottenham Hotspur Squad 2017/18.
Tottenham Hotspur FC new player in and out 2017-18. Here is the Tottenham Hotspur Squad 2017-18. The January transfer window 2017 is closed and we have the full Tottenham Hotspur transfers list 2017 with all Tottenham Hotspur new player signings 2016/17.
Tottenham Hotspur have had a great season that was in line with their expectations. Perhaps they wished they could’ve won the title, but Chelsea also had an excellent season and beat them to that prize. Their original target at the beginning of the season would’ve been to finish in the top 4, and they certainly achieved this.
The signings he made in the 2016/17 season had mixed results. The most notable among them was the signing of Moussa Sissoko, a central midfielder from Newcastle. It is safe to say that he has been poor this season and has not justified the £30milion price tag her came with when he arrived from the Toon.
Spurs have been linked with several players so far in this summer. They have been linked with Bayern Munich’s Douglas Costa, who is an excellent winger who would be good for Spurs.
Their objectives for next season will be to cope with playing their home fixtures at Wembley for the entire campaign. Wembley hasn’t been the kindest home to them in Europe and a part of them must be worried that their dire form at the national stadium could continue.
How does the Man Spurs first team for 2017/18 season looks like? The Tottenham Hotspur line up 2017/18 season will consist of these players.
Tottenham have one of the league’s best goalkeepers in captain Hugo Lloris. He has featured for the vast majority of the season and has once again been outstanding between the sticks. He has been part of a rock-solid back 5 that helped Spurs challenge for the title. Michel Vorm made one or two appearances in the cups and when Lloris wasn’t available. He isn’t a bad goalkeeper, but Lloris’ quality is just second to none. Perhaps Vorm will consider a move away from Spurs soon in order to get some more playing time.
Pochettino also drafted in compatriot Paulo Gazzaniga from former club Southampton during the summer for a £3m fee. The Argentine will serve as third choice goalkeeper this term.
Spurs have had a fantastic season defensively. They have perhaps the best defence in the league. Their defending record over the last 2/3 season has been outstanding. Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld have formed a superb partnership at the back, while England internationals Danny Rose and Kyle Walker were both impressive in the full-back positions before the latter’s departure to Manchester City.
New arrival and club record signing Davinson Sanchez could have a hard time getting into the team after his £36m summer move from Ajax, but looks to be a top talent. Highly rated right-back Serge Aurier also joined from PSG, and teenager Juan Foyth was recruited from Estudiantes.
Much like the defence, Spurs’ midfield was much praised season. Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli are the main stars, but there are some unsung heroes in the midfield such as Victor Wanyama and Moussa Dembele. Moussa Sissoko, Spurs’ record transfer signing, failed to impress in his debut campaign. Many fans are wondering why the club paid Newcastle so much money for his services. Youngster Harry Winks suffered quite a nasty injury towards the end of last season but has returned in recent weeks. The 21 year-old looks to have a big future ahead of him.
These are the strikers in the Tottenham Hotspur squad. Spurs are lucky to have Harry Kane in their squad. He’s a fantastic player and in future years to come, it’s likely both the Spurs and England National Team will be built with him at the helm. Fernando Llorente joined from Swansea City on deadline day to provide some like-for-like cover for Kane, with Heung Min-Son another useful option. Vincent Janssen recently left on loan to Fenerbahce after an underwhelming debut season.
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