Tottenham Spurs last season slumped seventh are ready to redeem with a new striking strategy under the new manage Nuno Espirito Santo. Replacing Mourinho recently, the new Lilywhites boss wants to operate a two-up-top system next season with a new striker and build the ground for the pre-campaign top-four challenge.
Last season being a bummer for the Spurs, then the manager left the team defenseless to Ryan Mason who could not handle the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City. Nuno came in as a savior to the Spurs leaving the Wolves, now making efforts to retain the City-linked star striker Harry Kane with a fancy £20m assist. Nuno is in business with the Southampton striker to support the 27-year-old in the attacking front. Danny Ings seems to be chosen over Benfica loanee Carlos Vinicius with Daniel Levy’s added interest. The Saints' reciprocation to Ings turning Free Agency next summer comes with a tough decision.