While some clubs have been going through a really busy transfer window, the same cannot be said for Tottenham who have not sold any of their players and only had Jake Livermore entering the club.
Mauricio Pochettino took over the managerial position at White Hart Lane as he replaced Tim Sherwood but so far it seems like he has had a very quiet transfer window which is disappointing considering that the supporters of the Premier League club want to battle in the European tournaments in the next season as well as make a charge at the top of the English league.
On August of 2013, Tottenham offloaded €26 million in order to sign Roberto Soldado from Valencia but the Spanish forward has failed to live up to his price tag as he only managed on scoring 6 goals in 28 league appearances.
The Togolese forward Emmanuel Adebayor had a much better campaign as he scored on 11 occasions but even though it’s a larger amount of goals, Tottenham are still in need of a consistent striker that the squad can depend on.
Loic Remy is in the radar of Tottenham but they will face competition from Arsenal as well as having to convince QPR on letting him go to direct rivals in the Premier League.
The defensive division of Tottenham is another segment that has been shown weaknesses throughout the entirety of the previous season as Tim Sherwood had find a make shift left-back position player between Danny Rose who was usually injured and Jan Vertonghen as the Belgium centre-back could never really adjust playing in the left-back position.
A number of other significant problems have stopped Tottenham on reaching for higher spots in the Premier League but with the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino, supporters started to believe that there was hope but with such a quiet transfer window, doubts are starting to emerge once more.