Spurs had a good transfer window. The squad was strengthened with solid signings in positions where the team needed more competition and there was a star name too, with the return of Gareth Bale.
If Spurs can tie Son Heung-min to a new contract, though, it will be their best bit of business.
The South Korean attacker has three years left on his current contract but Spurs reportedly wants to offer him a new long-term deal. The salary would see him earning a similar amount to the club’s top earners. It is hard to believe it would not be money well spent.