Tottenham youngsters must take advantage of pre-season opportunity - Kane

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 29, 2017

"We have a duty to manage the club appropriately", Levy said.

Chelsea are £53m down so far this summer, a deficit figure that only Manchester City and Manchester United eclipse.

Levy also talked up their academy which has produced some great talents over the years, in the form of Harry Kane and have also brought in precocious starlets like Dele Alli and Eric Dier, who have established Spurs to the position they now find themselves in.

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that he is relaxed with respect to the lack of incoming transfers in the current window as the club have not found the right player yet.

Accentuated by the breezy spending of their big six rivals, Tottenham are now facing mounting pressure to show their ambition by joining the Premier League's feeding frenzy.

Tottenham star Harry Kane has urged the club's young players to try and showcase their potential in the pre-season friendlies.

Having trained with the first-team for the past year, but yet to make an appearance, this pre-Season could prove vital for Walker-Peters to establish himself as part of the Spurs first-team.

'If they go out in the first round of the Champions League, it's not a tragedy.

"Tottenham is a really good squad if they are able to keep all the players of their squad".

When asked about what could happen next season, Mourinho said, "I don't think we are big candidates for the title but we are [candidates]". If they go out after the first game that they play in the Europa League, it's not a tragedy.

The Italian has hailed the England striker as one of the best strikers in the world and a complete player. You must understand this. He is strong physically, with the ball, without the ball, he fights and he's strong in the air and acrobatic on the right and the left.

You must understand the status of the team. I think it is very good but it is important for him to have some time to adapt to our system. "That's what you get with a home-grown player and that's why people love Harry Kane and sing that he's one of our own".

Walker's departure aside, Spurs, who in the past have been accused of panic-buying, have retained the same squad that finished second last season, the north London club's highest position for over half a century.

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