Why are so a few fans gnashing their teeth about players potentially leaving the club and clamouring for three or four incomings as a result. You have clown on Twitter moaning we aren't making signings, no doubt the very same people who complain we never make early signings, which we have done.
They complain that we shouldn't do late business, which every other clubs does when they try to buy our players you'll note, but if we don't look like signing someone they moan again. If you sign a player they complain they should have been signed earlier, if you don't sign a player they moan we should have.
Basically some of our fanbase like to moan for any reason, the transfer window is merely to satisfy their lust for new things, it has nothing to do with improving Spurs or doing what is best for the club. If they were a part of the clueless anti-Levy cluster that would explain everything.
People need to trust Mauricio Pochettino, he has shown he knows what he is doing and changing a squad to how you want it to be takes time, not just a couple of windows. Selling everyone at once and bringing in new recruits to replace the rarely works, a few each window and you get a squad in your own image over several years, most managers don't last long enough to see their plans come to fruition in today's must have now world.
Son will not be allowed to leave unless Pochettino decides he has cover or has lined up a replacement to come into the squad. Nacer Chadli has departed for WBA and Georges-Kevin N'Koudou is training with us so is clearly going to be announced before the window closes.
If Tom Carroll and Ryan Mason leave there places will be taken by Josh Onomah and Harry Winks, both who came on on Saturday against Liverpool. Winks impressed in Australia and you can't really suggest that Tom Carroll is a better player, he isn't.
We search for an attacking midfielder at the right price but must remember we challenged for a title last season with the squad we have so it isn't all doom and gloom. We have a young side who have growing and developing to do themselves, something that seems to have been forgotten.
We started last season slowly and this season we are unbeaten while bringing our European Championship player back to fitness. It is a long season, we don't have them totally match fit for for the first game.
An international break and then the season will really get under way.