Tottenham Hotspur fans are quite optimistic this season
Believe Tottenham Hotspur have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Tottenham Hotspur fans are presently mostly feeling Excitement
Tottenham Hotspur's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 3.7
Tottenham Hotspur fans want to see an Attacking Midfielder transfer
Are satisfied with Tottenham Hotspur's recruitment so far this summer
Richarlison / £60m / Everton
An eye-popping fee was paid for the Brazilian and it remains to be seen whether he actually improves Tottenham's starting team. On the plus side, however, he adds serious depth, is Premier League-ready and should chip in with goals and assists. 3/5
Fraser Forster / Free / Southampton
Antonio Conte wanted a better backup keeper and will be delighted to acquire Forster, who has earned six England caps. 3/5
Ivan Perisic / Free / Inter
The versatile Croatian is 33, but he excelled for Inter last season and gives Tottenham a quality option at left wing-back or further forward. 4/5
Yves Bissouma / £25m / Brighton
One of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League over the last few seasons available at a reasonable price with just a year left on his contract. Will improve Spurs' midfield and looks a solid addition. 4/5
Clement Lenglet / Loan / Barcelona
The French international centre-back adds further depth to Antonio Conte's defensive stock. Lenglet, 27, started just seven La Liga games for Barcelona last term but may get more opportunities in Conte's preferred back three. 3/5
Djed Spence / £12.5m / Middlesbrough
The attacked-minded ring wing-back is likely to have Spurs fans on their feet with his dribbling and pace but at 21 he still has plenty to learn with his passing and positioning in need of work. 4/5
Undisclosed / Celtic
£26.4m / Ajax
Loan / Preston
Loan / Rennes
Richarlison could provide the goal support to Harry Kane and Heung-min Son Tottenham have been lacking. The Brazilian has hit double figures for league goals in three of the last four seasons at Everton.
Tottenham were unbeaten against the top two last season, taking six points from Manchester City and two from Liverpool.
Tottenham hoovered up 56 points in their 28 games under Antonio Conte. Only City and Liverpool did better over the same period.
No player has recorded more Premier League assists over the last two seasons than Harry Kane, who has laid on 23 goals in that time.
Tottenham finished last season a lot stronger than they started it and they look well placed to kick-on as they prepare for a first full season under Antonio Conte. The return of Champions League football is a massive boost but Spurs's main focus will be on domestic matters and they can improve on last season's fourth place.
Spurs to finish in top four
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