With a few fantastic signings already, and more to come, Tottenham are sure to be up there by the end of the season, here I have a look at their possible starting 11 by the end of the transfer window.
This XI could even make a charge towards the Premier League title this season.
Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris – France
Not the most consistent of first season’s, but Lloris definitely has potential.
Right-back: Kyle Walker – English
With bags of pace, Kyle Walker loves to get forward and is a vital component in the Spurs starting 11.
Centre-back: Jan Vertonghen – Belgium
In the Premier League Team of the Year last season, Vertonghen is one of the best centre-backs in the league.
Centre-back: Younès Kaboul – France
Powerful, fast and composed at the back, Younès Kaboul is a fantastic player, and one that Tottenham can rely on.
Left-back: Fabio Coentrao – Portugal
Currently playing for Real Madrid, Fabio Coentrao will probably move to White Hart Lane in the switch deal with Gareth Bale.
Holding-midfielder: Paulinho – Brazil
Very impressive at this year’s Confederation Cup, Paulinho is sure to be a success in the Premier League this season.
Holding-midfielder: Sandro – Brazil
A long time out last season through injury, Sandro made his return last night against Dynamo Tibilsi, and he will hope to form a formidable midfield partnership with fellow countryman Paulinho.
Left-wing: Erik Lamela – Argentina
One of the most promising players in the world, Erik Lamela has already been called up to the Argentina squad,
Lamela can also play up front but prefers playing down the left-wing.
Right-wing: Hulk – Brazil
Possibly signing for Tottenham for a reported fee of £30 million, an important player for his national team, if Hulk signs for Spurs it will be a bargain at £30 million.
Attacking-midfield: Christian Eriksen – Denmark
Another young player that has all the qualities to be a success at Spurs.
Striker: Roberto Soldado – Spain
Roberto Soldado has a fantastic goal scoring record, and at £26 million this is another
top class signing by Tottenham.
With this fantastic team who is to write off Tottenham at this early stage, I certainly feel they will challenge for the title.
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