A fantastic deadline day for spurs:

A fantastic deadline day for spurs:

Yesterday saw our club sign three players in a thrilling transfer deadline day which included a club record fee for the signing of Moussa Sissoko from Newcastle united for a fee of £30 million pounds. We also finally secured the signing of Marseille winger Georges-Kevin N’Koudou as well as the signing of Spain under 21 goalkeeper Pau Lopez on a seasons long loan from Espanyol. Daniel Levy, Mauricio Pochettino and our scouting network have done a brilliant job in this window as they have recruited the types of players that we needed. At the start of the window it was evident that we needed to sign a striker, at least one midfielder and a pacey forward and the Tottenham Hotspur hierarchy have all recruited these players and in doing so have made it possible for us to have the depth and the talent to potentially have an ever greater season than the last. In addition yesterday saw two of our talented youngsters go out on loan as Luke McGee and Nathan Oduwa both joined league one side Peterborough on loan until January.

Transfers in:
– Victor Wanyama from Southampton
– Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar
– Juan Pablo Gonzalez Velasco from Brentford
– Georges-Kevin N’Koudou from Marseille
– Pau Lopez on a season long loan from Espanyol
– Moussa Sissoko from Newcastle

Transfers out:
– Christopher Paul (released) joined QPR
– Emmanuel Sonupe (released) joined Northampton
– Armani Daly (released) free agent
– Charlie Hayford (released) joined Sheffield Wednesday
– Grant Ward to Ipswich
– Alex Pritchard to Norwich
– Dominic Ball to Rotherham
– DeAndre Yedlin to Newcastle
– Nacer Chadli to West Brom
– Ryan Mason to Hull

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