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Tottenham’s First team squad 2019/2020
The winter transfer market has seen many clubs not moving to seal deals in mid-season, with Tottenham Hotspur being one of the most prominent.
Tottenham’s continued lack of qualities and consolidation during the transfer market, which is nearing completion in the coming hours, as the London club did not make any deal last two transfer periods
A full year has passed since Tottenham Hotspur, the Brazilian striker Lucas Mora, signed from Paris St Germain during the winter transfer market in January last year.
Tottenham last summer failed to conclude any deal and strengthen the line, which has suffered so much this season because of injuries and absences.
The summer transfer market in England’s Premier League has been closed after the teams have made their choices, a large number of international stars have been hired and other clubs have failed their deals.
Interesting in this market is that Tottenham Hotspurs have not signed any player and ended the market at zero contract to become the first team in the history of the Premiership since the start of the transfer market does not contract with any player.
Since 2003, the start of the transfer market has become Tottenham’s first team, which does not sign any player during the market, with the consent of Argentine coach Mauricio Pochettino, but the fans seem unhappy.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted it is difficult to compete with big teams and bring deals into the transfer market.
Tottenham did not sign any deal during the recent summer transfer market and have not joined any players so far in January.
Pochettino: Tottenham same level as Real Madrid
“Liverpool wanted a central defense and they signed Virgil van Dijk, they needed a goalkeeper and they brought the best Allison and so did Manchester City,” the Spurs manager told ESPN.
He continued: “It also applies to high-profile teams such as Real Madrid and Barcelona, who are at a different level.”
The Argentine coach admitted that Tottenham’s purchasing power deprives him of bringing in the deals he wants so he cannot build the team he needs.
“It’s like we need a washing machine, but we only bought a dryer, or we wanted a sofa, so we could only buy a small bench. It does the same job but not as efficiently.”
He concluded: “There is a big difference between Tottenham and teams that have rebuilt themselves in search of winning games.”
Spurs face Watford on Wednesday evening at Wembley and need to win to move closer to second-placed Manchester City.