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Tottenham have been quite busy in the transfer market since Jose Mourinho’s arrival as the new head coach, especially when compared to Pochettino’s infamous 18-months without a single new
This January window, Lilywhites brought in Gedson Fernandes on loan and Steven Bergwijn on a transfer from PSV. They also made Giovani Lo Celso’s loan from Real Betis permanent.
Christian Eriksen was sold to Inter Milan and both Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters were loaned out to Newcastle and Southampton respectively.
Jan Vertonghen presently has just a number of months left on his contract at Tottenham, as does third-choice keeper Michel Vorm, both of whom could leave on frees in the summer.
However, Jose Mourinho has now ruled out a squad overhaul in his first summer transfer window as Tottenham head coach, stating three reasons it is unlikely to happen this year.
#thfc Mourinho rules out a summer “overhaul” at Spurs. “No, not massive changes. First of all, that’s not what we think we need. 2nd because of the profile of our club & 3rd because of what the market is. Year after year, it’s more difficult. I’m not thinking of an overhaul.”
— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) March 3, 2020