Tottenham have responded well after they had to sell Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for a record transfer fee.
Tottenham, season after season, are turning out to be the side who have potential, but always fall short of something toward the end of the season. The White Hart Lane side have also lost two of their best players the past two seasons, Modric and Bale both packed their bags to leave for Real Madrid in successive summers.
Though after many seasons of disappointment, Tottenham did some good transfer business this summer and broke their transfer record twice in a matter of weeks. They finally got a recognised striker in Roberto Soldado, and signed some fine talents in Paulinho, Eric Lamela, Christian Eriksen, and Nacer Chadli.
They currently sit in fourth-place in the table behind Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea (who have played a game more). They have a real good chance of finally going one better than their opponents as many teams are going through managerial changes and Liverpool are still finding their feet in the top four.
Tottenham, after years of disappointment have the finest opportunity to finally bag the Premier League title since 1960-61 and their extremely talented young squad will harbour hopes of at least making the Champions League this season if nothing else.
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