Tottenham agree first summer signing as they beat rivals to striker: report

Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou
Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou (Image credit: Getty Images)

With Tottenham enduring a late-season slump that has seen them lose five of the last six Premier League matches, it is clear the club has a big transfer window ahead of them. 

A point in their final Premier League match on Sunday at Sheffield United will seal fifth place and a Europa League spot, which will in turn mean a deep squad is needed next season, with boss Ange Postecoglou’s ‘fragile foundations’ post-match outbust on Tuesday night a not-so-subtle hint that he wants to see the club do more to support him.

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For more than a decade Joe Mewis has worked in football journalism as a reporter and editor, with stints at Mirror Football and LeedsLive among others. He is the author of four football history books that include tomes on Leeds United and the England national team.