How will the Tottenham Hotspur team change?
Tottenham’s situation this season is not good. Before the opening, they ambitiously set the goal of ‘winning’, but the reality was once again ‘irrelevant’. The situation inside is also noisy. Antonio Conte, who led the team from last season, was sacked midway through, and even acting manager Christian Stellini left the team due to poor performance. Even head coach Fabio Paratici resigned from the post after failing to overcome the disciplinary suspension.
This season is not far offㅋㅋㅋ벳. It is realistically difficult to seek a rebound during this period. We need to quickly appoint the next coach and reorganize through the summer break.
Squad changes are inevitable. The future of many players is already a matter of debate. Accordingly, the British media ‘Telegraph’ predicted or recommended players who would leave the team during the summer transfer market and who would remain, and then organized them.
The goalkeeper’s fate was split. ‘Captain’ Hugo Lloris, who led the team for a long time, was expected to be sold and ‘No.2’ Fraser Foster would remain. The media further explained the sale of Lloris, saying, “Now is the time to find a new No.1.”
The defender had more players to sell than players to remain. Davinson Sanchez, Emerson Royale, Pedro Poro and Japhet Tanganga were expected to be sold. It was surprising that he encouraged the sale of a prisoner of war who had only been transferred for half a year. The media evaluated, “I arrived in January, but my defense is being questioned.” Eric Dyer, Christian Romero,
Most of the midfielders remained. Only Eve Bisuma was expected to be sold. The media commented, “I transferred in the summer, but I didn’t see any impact.” Ivan Perisic, Oliver Skip, Pierre-Emile Hoivier, Ryan Sessegnon, Pape Sar and Rodrigo Bentancur were all recommended to keep. Perisic, who is expected to leave, commented, “Experience will help and he still shows his competitiveness in big games.”
There was also a change in the offensive line. Arnaud Danjuma was expected to return on loan, and Richarlison to be sold. The sale was more important than the retention of Lucas Moura. Harry Kane, Dejan Kulusevski, and Son Heung-min were all recommended to stay.