Postecoglou shares details on the Spurs “busy summer” plan

Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou has confirmed the club is actively planning for a busy summer transfer window, with a particular focus on strengthening the attack.

Postecoglou spoke after Tottenham’s 1-1 draw against Newcastle in Melbourne, revealing a transfer plan he’s “really comfortable with.” He emphasized the importance of securing signings before pre-season training begins.

“The attack is definitely an area he wants new additions in,” reported Alasdair Gold, citing Postecoglou’s comments.

This news comes amidst reports of a potential “mass exodus” from the club, with some outlets suggesting up to nine first-team players could be sold (Football Insider). Additionally, TEAMtalk suggested Postecoglou had requested four “top-class additions” across the squad.

While acknowledging the challenges of securing early signings due to competition from other clubs, Postecoglou expressed confidence in Tottenham’s approach. “The good thing for us is that we know what we need to do,” he said, according to Football London. “We’ve had the plan in place for a while and it’s just about now going through that process.”

Postecoglou’s comments suggest Tottenham are aiming for a proactive approach to the transfer window, with a clear vision for squad improvement. This proactive approach could be crucial as the club prepares for the “added strain of European football” next season.

With a busy summer window on the horizon, Tottenham fans can expect significant changes to the squad as Postecoglou continues to shape the team according to his style of play.