Spurs have arguably had the best summer in terms of the transfers they completed. Despite losing their star player Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for a world record fee of £86million, they managed to sign many other players, all of whom came to a value just above Bale’s.
Moreover, their start to the season has included three wins and one loss, and while this loss did come against bitter rivals Arsenal, their fans have much to be satisfied with. Sitting in second place in the Premier League table – their host of brilliant signings seems to indicate intentions of a top four finish this season, if not more.
However, with rumours existing of potential departures for Adebayor and Defoe, there will be a requirement to bring in another striker.