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Tottenham’s January transfer window: a step in the right direction?


Feb-01 16:02 first published at 16:02 PM

Another transfer window closed, another step closer to competing with the Premier League’s behemoths. Antonio Conte would have us believe otherwise.
While Tottenham have surpassed Liverpool and Chelsea this season, they are now trailing Manchester United and Newcastle. Worse, they are 14 points behind north London rivals Arsenal.
Spurs’ priorities for the January transfer window, according to football.london, were a new right wing-back and an attacking player. They delivered on that promise. Beating Everton to Arnaut Danjuma and finally landing Pedro Porro was the bare minimum that could be expected from the window.
READ MORE: Pedro Porro’s struggles, the strange case of Matt Doherty, and Tottenham transfers that never materialized
But perhaps it’s not all about the new arrivals, with the retention of a certain England striker still something to be thankful for at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
So, as we enter February, we’d like to hear your thoughts on the window. Give us your thoughts on Tottenham’s January transfer activity using our Antonio Conte transfer slider. Rubbish? Excellent? Or somewhere in the middle? You can then compare your thoughts to those of the rest of the Spurs fanbase to see if they agree.
And we’ll do it all over again in the summer, hopefully with a Champions League campaign on the horizon. READ ALSO: Pedro Porro’s struggles, the strange case of Matt Doherty, and Tottenham transfers that never happened
Antonio Conte and Tottenham Hotspur avoid the Pedro Porro issue following a late transfer deadline day decision.
Pedro Porro’s Tottenham shirt number has been confirmed following his £39.5 million deadline day transfer.
On deadline day, we’signed’ Pedro Porro for Tottenham, and he solved a major problem.
The FIFA rule that required Tottenham to cancel Matt Doherty’s contract due to the Atletico Madrid transfer

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