Transfer Window Ranking: Spurs

Transfer Window Ranking: Spurs

With the transfer window slamming shut earlier this month, we’ve had time to sit back and analyse all the moves made by the top 6 Premier League teams in their attempt to bolster their squad & challenge for honours.

Here’s our ranking for Spurs.

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  • Richarlison (£60m)

  • Christian Romero (£42m)

  • Yves Bissouma (£35m)

  • Djed Spence (£20m)

  • Destiny Udogie (£15m)

  • Ivan Perisic (Free)

  • Fraser Forster (Free)

  • Clement Lenglet (Loan)


  • Steven Berwijn (£26.4m)

  • Jack Clarke (£2.5m)

  • Giovani Lo Celso (Loan)

  • Tanguy Ndombele (Loan)

  • Sergio Reguillon (Loan)

  • Harry Winks (Loan)

  • Joe Rodon (Loan)

  • Dane Scarlett (Loan)


Spurs saw a lot of transfer activity in the summer window as they splurged the cash in Conte’s first pre season with the club. They started the window off by making defender Cristian Romero‘s signing a permanent one after his loan spell last season. Along with that, Clément Lenglet‘s loan signing from Barca also added to the depth at CB.

Veteran Ivan Perisic was brought on a free transfer from Inter to reunite with his former manager. The Croatian brings much needed experience and trickery at LWB for Spurs. However, Italian Destiny Udogie was also signed from the Serie A to provide cover in the same position. A smart move for Brighton midfielder Bissouma saw them add quality to defensive midfield as well.

The North London club finally added much needed firepower to their attack with Richarlison joining from Everton in a big money move to provide cover for the prolific duo Kane and Son. With the signing of the talented Djed Spence from Forest, and the addition of goalkeeper Fraser Forster as backup to Lloris, Spurs completed an extensive summer recruitment process.

Spurs managed to sell only 2 of their players on permanent transfers, with one of them being midfielder Bergwijn departing to Ajax after his underwhelming spell for the Londoners. A number of loan deals were sanctioned as players like Lo Celso, Reguillon, Ndombele, Winks, Rodon, and Scarlett, all of whom featured for Spurs in the past few seasons were moved on in an attempt to trim the wage bill.

Overall, Spurs had a decisive window under Paratici’s first full summer as director of football. With an influx of quality signings and a serial winner in Conte, there is a clear indication from Spurs to compete for European spots and even challenge the top 2.

Final Ranking: A-


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