Tottenham (12/1 – Premier League Outright) manager Mauricio Pochettino admits he is unsure whether or not the club will bring in any new additions before the transfer window shuts.
Spurs (6/4 – Top London club – Top Regional Clubs) have established themselves as a top-four team since Pochettino’s appointment and have even threatened a title challenge.
However, they still haven’t won a trophy since lifting the League Cup in 2007-08 and a lack of depth in the squad could see them fall short again next term.
With the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all spending this summer, Spurs are at risk of losing ground on their rivals.
Pochettino said at the end of last season that Spurs must “take risks” to improve, but with just over a week to go until the transfer window shuts it isn’t looking too positive on that front.
The Argentinian insists work is going on behind the scenes ahead of the August 9 deadline although he also admits he is not sure how it will turn out.
Pochettino said: “We’re working. It’s true it’s so close, the transfer window is so close, but the club’s doing everything to help the team and add some players, more quality, and try to help us in the season to achieve what we want.
“I’m not going to talk about targets, I’m not going to talk about names, we’ll see what happens in the next few weeks.
“You can say we need to sign there or there maybe, but with or without injuries our target after we finished last season was always to add some players with quality that can help us achieve all that we want.”
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