What is the best scenario for Tottenham Hotspur’s summer transfer market?
Tottenham is having a disappointing season this season. Under manager Antonio Conte, he hoped to escape from the military, but at the end of the season, he failed to achieve anything. Even the last goal remaining, to qualify for the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), was thwarted, and coach Conte was sacked for poor performance and public criticism of the club.
Active change is needed to rebound next season. As a result, Tottenham is focusing on appointing the next manager, which is vacant, and plans to recruit a new general manager within a few days.
Squad changes are inevitable. This season, most of Tottenham’s players have performed below expectations, except for ‘ace’ Harry Kane. However, since his future is uncertain, he must make sure of this and also fill the vacant positions of players who have been confirmed to leave at the end of this season, such as Lucas Moura.
It is highly likely that he will spend a busy summer transfer market. Accordingly, the British media ‘Football London’ created the ‘best’ scenario that Tottenham can spend during the summer transfer market.
Goalkeepers should be a natural generation change. Currently Tottenham’s No. 1 and No. 2 Hugo Lloris and Fraser Foster are both in their mid-30s. No matter how long a goalkeeper is in a long-lived position, he has to consider the aging curve. In fact, Lloris has noticed a drop in his performance this season. Accordingly, Tottenham have parted ways with Lloris and are looking for a replacement for him. The media predicted that Brentford’s David Raya would be the optimal resource. The media said, “Brentford’s Raya has played well for two years in the English Premier League (EPL).”
Defensive changes are also needed. Players like Davinson Sanchez, Japhet Tanganga, and Joe Roden, who are not very helpful to the team, need to be boldly removed. The media also argued that it was necessary to objectively grasp the future of Eric Dyer and Clément Langle.
Then, he recommended recruitment. The protagonists were Leipzig’s Yoshko Gbardiol and Manchester City’s Aymeric Laporte. Gbardiol became a superstar after the World Cup in Qatar and was linked with Tottenham last winter. Laporte has lost his place at Manchester City this season and has recently been sharply linked to Tottenham.메이저사이트
In the midfield area, it was recommended to recruit a playmaker. The main character is Leicester City’s James Madison. He has grown into a top-notch midfielder in the league, but he can say goodbye to the team at the end of this season. This is because Leicester are currently in the relegation zone, 19th in the league. If Leicester are relegated, Madison will decide on a transfer and Tottenham will be more active in the recruitment process.
In attack, it is necessary to protect existing resources rather than new faces. As mentioned, Kane’s future is uncertain, so signing a new contract with him is likely to have a more positive effect than signing any striker. The media also recommended the full signing of Dejan Kulusevski.