Spurs’ electrifying starting lineup if they beat Arsenal to Lautaro Martinez and maintain Harry Kane.
Nuno Espirito Santo is putting together an exciting team in preparation for his first year in north London.
Lautaro Martinez of Inter Milan has reportedly agreed to a fee with Tottenham this summer. Nuno Espirito Santo might have an exciting team at his disposal for the coming season if the 23-year-old arrives in north London.
Martinez has agreed to join Tottenham for a fee in excess of £60 million, according to The Times.
In attack, new head coach Nuno intends to pair the Argentina international with Harry Kane.
Kane, on the other hand, continues to be the subject of intense conjecture, with his future uncertain.
Spurs have previously turned down a £100 million bid from Manchester City this summer, with Daniel Levy determined to keep the England captain.
Express Sport examines how Nuno’s team may look if Martinez is signed and Kane is kept this season.
Spurs have recruited Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini on a season-long loan, although Hugo Lloris is expected to retain his starting spot.
Spurs captain Harry Kane, who is now 34, will be hoping that these offensive improvements will help the team win some silverware before he retires.
Matt Doherty prospered at Wolves under Nuno, and the arrival of his former boss at Spurs could be the catalyst he needs to get his career back on track.
Joe Rodon appears to be the only centre-back at the club with a long-term future, thus he should start ahead of Eric Dier and Davinson Sanchez.
Cristian Romero, Spurs’ new £42.5 million signing, will be an important part of Nuno’s defense for many years to come.
Sergio Reguilon is expected to keep his place at left-back, with Ben Davies and Ryan Sessegnon offering challenge.
Last season, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg was a mainstay for Jose Mourinho and Ryan Mason, and he should continue to play a key role in the Spurs midfield.
When the Spurs are fully healthy, he’ll almost certainly be paired with Tanguy Ndombele.
Nuno has a plethora of midfield alternatives at his disposal, including Oliver Skipp, Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, and Giovani Lo Celso.
Spurs could start the 2021/22 season with a fresh look offensive line, led by Bryan Gil on the right flank.
After representing Spain at the Olympics, the left-footed 20-year-old will miss the start of the season.
Once he’s fully recovered, he’ll be competing with Lucas Moura and Steven Bergwijn for a starting berth.
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