Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino will be on the lookout for new players over the next few weeks, in similar fashion to any other top flight manager.
Tottenham will be one of the sides chasing the top four in the Premier League and they need to make some big investments into their squad to close the gap on the sides around them in the race for the Champions League.
The club have already done some good work in signing centre back Kevin Wimmer, with the Daily Mail reporting that Spurs are interested in a possible deal for teenage forward Anthony Martial of Monaco.
There is a need to provide an alternative to Harry Kane, to take some pressure away from the England striker, and also a need to inject another wide player into the squad to fill a problematic position down Tottenham’s left.
Pochettino needs to be backed by the club’s Chairman Daniel Levy, who is renowned for his business sense at Spurs, over any deal he feels will take the club forward but whether Levy gets the chequebook out remains to be seen.
Here’s what a selection of Spurs fans across HITC articles have had to say about potential spending at the club this summer.
Willsbesong: Levy would want to go for younger players who doesn't have the experience these 2 have. He is always looking at players whom in the future he can resell and make money
C.O.Y.S.: Is Levy going to spend the cash? Or is he going to look for cheap bargains, that he can sell on and make a profit? My answer is the latter, so I doubt if these signings will happen.
Steve: As per usual, Levy trying to get a decent player on the cheap, constantly in for the haggle, just buy the player if he's what we need, with the money Spurs made from their league finish, 20 mil is peanuts
Simonspursforlife: All we need is really good reforcements lamela will come good next season really improved last season. Chadli aswell has been good. But I think Daniel Levy needs to back the manger in the transfer if we are going to improve
Roy Singh: Levy to the rescue in upsetting the apple cart.
Tony Borg: I'm not a massive Levy fan when it comes to the footballing side of things, I do think he is a very good business man, that's our problem he can't seem to leave the footballing decisions to others.
John: Levy is a good business man and useless at football.