It appears that Ange Postecoglou and Tottenham Hotspur still have a lot going on this month, despite their recent busy schedules.
Spurs’ desire to build on their recent success may make a third or fourth signing impossible given the arrivals of Timo Werner and Radu Dragusin.
Premier League game between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur
With each new game, Postecoglou’s project seemed to be getting better—a group with a distinct vision.
Players will also have to depart as a result of the recruitment that was discussed and any more agreements that appear possible.
Bryan Gil, a player that Postecoglou has given opportunities to, is now being connected to a Tottenham exit this month, as is the case with most windows.
Having stated that, it is now certain that one child will remain.
It’s possible that some people thought Jamie Donley, a young player who’s beginning to show his playmaking abilities, would have a few more opportunities without James Maddison.
Donley, though, has primarily stuck with the under-21 squad, where he has excelled, helping Wayne Burnett’s club with 12 assists and scoring six goals.
Jamie Donley of Tottenham will not be loaned out by Ange Postecoglou this month. As a result, supporters may have been wondering if Donley would leave the squad in the upcoming weeks to play for the first team.
The 18-year-old will stay with Spurs this month, though, as they wish to keep him near to the starting lineup, according to football.london.
Bristol Street Motors Trophy match between Cambridge United and Tottenham Hotspur U21.
For the “brilliant” forward who appears to have a ton of potential, Postecoglou obviously has a plan.
Furthermore, Alfie Dorrington, another player for whom it would seem sense to loan out, is also mentioned in the report in the same way.
Postecoglou, though, seems to want to retain these gifted individuals near to his project so they may pick up his style.
Additionally, the manager has a solid track record of nurturing these kinds of players, who will want to get closer to the starting lineup in the upcoming campaign.
This month, players might quit the team; this week, an offer from Saudi Arabia was turned down.
Donley falls into that category, and Postecoglou will be acutely aware of the players he wants to keep near.