With Tottenham Hotspur yet to make a single signing this summer, it raises the question whether they will be able to maintain their Premier League stance, as a side that should be competing for the title.
The other clubs in the top six, Spurs’ main competitors, have been far from shy to splash the cash in this transfer window. Chelsea and Manchester United have spent over £100m each this summer, with Manchester City exceeding £200m on new arrivals. Liverpool and Arsenal have also done a fair bit of business, along with the likes of Everton, who I expect to be up there at the end of campaign.
So on paper, Tottenham look to have quite a disadvantage in the title race this season, but will this be the case? I take a look at where Spurs’ season could be a success, or a failure.
Despite a quiet window, Spurs do still have a very good squad, with quality on display in every department. Pochettino has managed to keep the core of his side together, which will be key this season.