Jack Clarke, you are the Chosen One. Plucked from thousands of applicants to become the New Lucas Moura – or more specifically, Tottenham’s first new arrival since the Brazilian joined some 516 days ago.
The Leeds youngster is expected to complete his switch to Spurs imminently – then leave them to immediately re-join Marcelo Bielsa’s side on loan. They hardly knew ye.
Still, Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele is expected to follow shortly afterwards (provided Daniel Levy can pull his finger out and Manchester United don’t steal in ahead), as Mauricio Pochettino aims to build on another top-four finish and Champions League final.
Until then, the 50 players below are Tottenham’s most recent arrivals, stretching back to midway through a Harry Redknapp summer of 2009. To qualify and avoid messiness, signings must have played at least one Premier League game for Spurs.
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