Spurs made a summertime splash by selling their iconic striker, but they did not purchase a comparable replacement for the club’s all-time top scorer.
Rather than moving Son Heung-min from a wide position into the middle, Brennan Johnson was brought in from Nottingham Forest to supplement their current senior alternatives.
Spurs went on to have their best Premier League start in a while after that, winning ten games straight before losing to Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers prior to the international break.
Even if a lot of players arrived at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium throughout the summer, January reinforcements are probably in store thanks to the money raised by Kane’s transfer.
Due to Spurs’ deficiency in depth at the position, a central defence is thought to be the top priority; nonetheless, it has been speculated that another centre forward may be the objective.
Of Spurs’ 24 Premier League goals this season, Son has scored precisely one-third of them; Johnson and Richarlison have each only managed one goal.
Although Alejo Veliz has received 10 minutes of Premier League play in three substitute appearances, the young Argentine is not currently considered a senior player.
However, no preparations are in place at this time to bring more competition to the midst of the attack, according to Football Insider.
According to reports, Postecoglou is happy with the options at his disposal and is more likely to sign a wide player.
In order to make room for new players, a number of Spurs senior players may be traded, with Giovani Lo Celso being the most recent to be connected to a departure.
In addition, proposals for Eric Dier’s services will be considered as his contract expires in the summer, and even though Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg hasn’t played much recently, things could change soon.
Spurs will spend the rest of the season concentrating on finishing in the top four of the Premier League and winning the FA Cup, as they have no plans for the EFL Cup or European football.