Tottenham Doesn’t Need To Buy New Players In January – Harry Kane

England and Tottenham Hotspurs captain Harry Kane has expressed the opinion that the club do not need to buy a player in January. Spurs made history in the summer by becoming the first club not to make a signing since the introduction of a pre-season window in 2003, though significantly they also held on to the likes of Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose, both of whom had been expected to depart.Tottenham Doesn't Need To Buy New Players In January - Harry Kane 1Tottenham’s approach has undoubtedly been vindicated so far this season. Mauricio Pochettino’s side sit second in the Premier League, six points off leaders Liverpool and with Manchester City trailing in their wake at the midway point of the campaign. With a move into their new stadium at White Hart Lane, a project which will ultimately cost around £1billion, to come in 2019, Pochettino is unlikely to have serious funds to invest in the mid-season market. However Kane is convinced Spurs can be successful without reinforcements. “Sometimes if you can’t find the right player there’s no need to buy a player,” Kane said. “That’s obviously the gaffer’s philosophy and that was his thinking (in the summer]. He believed in the squad he had and we’re doing alright so far. We’ll see what happens in the January transfer window. If the gaffer wants to buy someone then I’m sure he will. If he doesn’t we’ll crack on and keep doing what we’re doing. [Signings are) up to the manager. If a new face comes in then we’ll welcome him and make sure he trains hard, and he’ll obviously try to get into the team. If we don’t then we’ve got a big enough squad that we can rotate — players have been coming in and doing well. We’ll be ready either way.”Tottenham Doesn't Need To Buy New Players In January - Harry Kane 2Photo Credit: Getty

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here