It comes from Alasdair Gold’s latest interview with Japhet Tanganga where it was confirmed by the defender how Nuno has been setting them up during training sessions.
He told Football.london: “I can tell you for sure that we’re going to be attacking. That’s because we’ve been working hard on it in training and on pressing, and implementing his ideas.”
Will Nuno succeed at Spurs?
A lot of Spurs fans shared their excitement on Twitter over possibly seeing attacking football next season.
What have these Tottenham fans had to say?
“Positive to hear”
“Great news because we sure can’t defend.”
“Pressing and attacking yes please”
“I think Nuno could be our man”
“Im acc excited yanno”
Spurs fans will be desperate to see some attacking football from their side this season, as last campaign saw them manage just 5,317 touches in the opposition’s attacking third, which was 14th in the league and lower than relegated Fulham.
Nuno will have to compete on four fronts next season, with Spurs set to compete in the inaugural Europa Conference League.