Tottenham Hotspur Passed This Year’s Summer Transfer Window Without New Players

The English Premier League giants, Tottenham Hotspur failed to pick up any players in the summer transfer window this year, with the fact Mauricio Pochettino’s team was the first in British history to fail to recruit players in the summer, since the transfer window was introduced in 2003.

As is known, the summer Transfer Exchange this year has indeed ended for premier League clubs following new rules that make them have to end activities in the earlier transfer period. So far, there have been many transfers.

European Champions League finalists last season, Liverpool were recorded as the most wasteful team this summer, where they have successfully landed four new ammunition, and spent more than 180 million Euros. So, who is the most passive team? The answer is Tottenham Hotspur.

This team who finished third place at English Premier League last season, did not even bring in any player in the summer transfer window this year. In fact, they have been linked with a number of game players this summer, but Mauricio Pochettino’s club failed to bring any player into the squad before the transfer market closed at 17:00 local time.

This is the first time in the history of the summer transfer window for 15 years that Premier League clubs have failed to recruit players. This means that they will undergo their first season at the new stadium with the same squad as 2017/18.

However, the positive is that Tottenham can retain their flagship players such as Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld, Delle Ali and several other names who were believed to be the target of a number of European giants this summer.

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