Tottenham: According to a BBC pundit…..

Former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton has had his say on Ange Postecoglou potentially bringing a £45 million star to Spurs in January. The north Londoners did very well to seal seven major signings over the 2023 summer transfer window; including deals for goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario, young centre-back Ashley Phillips, defender Micky van de Ven, midfielder James Maddison, winger Manor Solomon, striker Alejo Veliz and forward Brennan Johnson. Postecoglou’s side didn’t quite fulfill all of their ambitions, though; failing to seal late moves for another defender after van de Ven and a classic number nine of Harry Kane’s ilk. Reports in leading up to deadline day claimed that Tottenham were eyeing a move for Gent striker Gift Orban, and Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly. Recent rumours also

However they proceed, Spurs supporters will be absolutely overjoyed with their side’s start to the new campaign. The Lilywhites remain unbeaten over their opening four matches, winning three of them and scoring 11 goals.

In that time, Postecoglou’s explosive, attacking style of football has been evident to all – a far cry from Antonio Conte’s last season in charge.

As part of Tottenham’s new-look midfield, players like Yves Bissouma, Pape Matar Sarr, and James Maddison have excelled. It will be interesting to see if Spurs decide to add more players when the transfer window reopens.

Conor Gallagher, a midfielder for Chelsea, is among the other players they were missing in the weeks preceding September 1.

Around that time, there were rumors that Postecoglou had his eye on the Englishman, particularly in light of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s uncertain future and late-arriving interest.

Mauricio Pochettino has so far made Gallagher a mainstay despite the fact that he was strongly linked to leaving Stamford Bridge during the summer.

The 23-year-old has started each of Chelsea’s first four Premier League games; according to WhoScored, he is even one of their two best players per 90.

It should come as no surprise. Postecoglou was eager to acquire the £45 million Gallagher, and Hutton, a BBC pundit, has proposed that

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