Tottenham Hotspur: Alasdair Gold shares January transfer insight at Spurs

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Tottenham Hotspur’s January transfer window is likely to be focused on replacing any players that are set to depart the club. 

This is according to Alasdair Gold, who has been discussing expectations for the upcoming winter transfer window on his YouTube channel.

Spurs had an impressive start to the summer transfer window, which saw them bring in seven new faces, with their last addition coming on 16th August as Destiny Udogie was signed and loaned to Udinese for the campaign.

However, there were some potential frustrations in not being able to bring in a player to allow the likes of Japhet Tanganga to depart amid the speculation surrounding a possible move to Milan.

But Gold believes players such as Tanganga could well be the focus of the January window, with players likely to come in to allow Antonio Conte’s outcasts to depart.

He said: “What I would say – I think I said this in the last video – January, I think it will be about maybe any opportunities that come around, of course, but also replacing players who potentially go out – whether that’s Bryan Gil, whether Japhet [Tanganga] is given his loan move.”

TIF Thoughts on Gold’s comments…

It will be an intriguing window for Spurs, which could ultimately be determined by any potential injuries sustained over the next month and across the World Cup.

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However, Spurs drastically improved their XI in the last January market with Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur, so it has been shown that the window can be used effectively.

But the Spurs boss has already spoken of how there is still room for improvement in the squad, so it certainly leaves Fabio Paratici with a job to do in the coming months.

It will just be interesting to see what type of financial backing is available for the Italian and whether the likes of Tanganga are granted a move away.

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