By 90Min
July 24, 2017

Tottenham Hotspur's star forward Harry Kane is adamant that his club aren't in the position of needing to panic buy players in the summer transfer window - as he believes that the squad are already strong enough to push for glory in all competitions next season. Spurs have not signed a single player so far this summer, as their league rivals have invested heavily in new recruits.

Speaking to ESPN FC TV, via the Evening Standard,  following his side's impressive 4-2 pre-season friendly victory over Paris Saint-Germain, Kane addressed the club's lack of transfer deals in the window thus far:

"We think the squad's good enough, you can see not many people have changed since last year. We took it right to the end, but look the manager will make his decisions and there's still a long long time left in the transfer window, so there's no need to panic or rush anything.

"I think it's clear you'd rather have no players than a player that ain't really right for your team, so I'm sure if the gaffer wants to get the person he wants to get in he'll take his time and make sure he gets who he wants".


Kane excelled for Spurs last season, as the side narrowly missed out on winning the Premier League title to Antonio Conte's Chelsea side. The England international continued to enhance his ever-growing reputation as one of Europe's most exciting young strikers last season, scoring 35 goals in 36 appearances for the club in all competitions.

Spurs may well feel confident in their abilities to challenge for the Premier League title without signing new players next season. The squad was by far the youngest in the league last season, with an average age of 25.3. The side certainly played with a fearless youthful exuberance, which Kane is more than confident the side can reproduce in the 2016/17 campaign:

"From our point of view we're just here to work hard [knowing] the team we got is a special team that we've been playing with each other now for a few years, so it's important that we continue that chemistry."

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