Phil Neville says he is worried Tottenham have not signed a 'game changer'.
Former Manchester United and Everton defender Phil Neville says he is concerned by Tottenham Hotspur's lack of summer activity.
Spurs have not signed any players, and have sold Kyle Walker to title rival Manchester City.
Speaking to Sky Sports The Debate Show (9/8 10pm), Neville said he is confused by Tottenham's failiure to buy any players, especially a dynamic attacker who can break teams down.
He said: "I'm concerned it will be a difficult season for them, they have put their progress at risk by moving to Wembley.
"The lack of signings I can't understand, they have to keep Alli, Eriksen etc, but they need signings as well to challenge them.
"They lack a player with individual ability. I thought they would go out and sign this player, who can dribble past two or three players and win them the game when teams drop deep."
Spurs finished second in the league last season but did have frustrations away from home, with a 0-0 draw against Sunderland one of the low points.
In recent days Spurs have been linked with a move for Lazio attacker Keita Balde [Mirror], who scored 16 goals last season for the Serie A side.
He would be just the kind of game changer Neville describes, but time is running out before the transfer window closes.