Tottenham Hotspur: Journalist believes fans will be excited ahead of new season

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Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth believes Tottenham Hotspur fans will be excited over the nature of their transfer business ahead of the new Premier League season.

Tottenham qualified for the Champions League last term after finishing fourth in the Premier League, and Antonio Conte has spent no time messing around in this summer transfer window, bringing in six new faces to the squad in the hope that they can push on and compete in all competitions next campaign.

Although Spurs have made six signings already this summer, they are still being heavily linked to several other players such as Adama Traore, so Conte might look to make more additions to his squad before the season starts.

With Spurs spending over £90m so far, Sheth spoke to GiveMeSport and claimed that the Tottenham faithful will be excited to see what is in store for the Lilywhites next season.

He said: “You’ve got players like Lenglet, who have come in on loan, so players of an age who have been established, but buying other players at the other end like Spence.

“So, the mixture of the signings they’ve made of youth and experience, I think Tottenham fans will be excited about what’s in store for the season.”

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TIF Thoughts on Sheth’s comments…

Although it has been an impressive transfer window for Spurs and their fans will undoubtedly be excited about the new season, they did finish 22 points off champions Manchester City last year, so even though they are certainly making steps in the right direction, they could be a more than a few windows away from mounting a serious title challenge.

Spurs have upgraded several areas of the pitch and added much-needed depth in areas such as up top with Richarlison, and this is likely to help them deal with the amount of highly competitive games that they will have to play next campaign following their qualification for the Champions League.

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