Premier clubs are now concentrating on the coming season with most of them expecting to have a busy summer transfer window. Qualifying for UEFA champions league was a dream come true for Antonio Conte with his Spurs team.
Despite their poor state when he took over, the Italian has made the North London club a reckoning force and will now play in UEFA champions league. Daniel Levy together with club's football director Fabio Paratici are expected to give Conte full backing in the transfer market this summer.
If Tottenham Hotspurs manage to complete signing all their transfer targets, they will be an extremely lethal opponent to most premier league teams. Let's look at Spurs potential lineup next season after signings. Hugo Lloris will remain as the first choice goalkeeper.
The backline will consist of Eric Dier,Pau Torres and Cristian Romero. In the midfield, Spurs will have Dejan Kulusevski, Mcginn,Bentacur and Ward Prowse. Son Heung Min, Harry Kane and Paulo Dybala will be the leading attacking trio.
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