Tottenham have created some unwanted history according to the Daily Mail, as the club became the first Premier League side to not sign a player in the summer transfer window since the inception of the competition in 2003.
Spurs have kept their first-team players this season but could not finalise any new incomings despite being linked with a number of players, such as Wilfried Zaha (h/t Mirror).
The eptimay of SPURSY.
— Luke Millard (@LMills85) August 9, 2018
Do we get a trophy for that?
— Meat Biter (@biter_meat) August 9, 2018
Put that on the honours board at Hotspur Way
— Joe (@Joe_DMB) August 9, 2018
Gotta pay for the fancy new stadium!
— andy (@andyCatHB) August 9, 2018
— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) August 9, 2018
I do feel Levy has to address what has happened this summer! We were all told the stadium would not hinder signings! I need answers as I have spent £1500 on a new ST and thousands over the last 13 years! This feels like the end for him! #THFC
— Gards (@Gards44) August 9, 2018
— The Spurs Compendium (@SpursCompendium) August 9, 2018
— Dan (@ElCapitain82) August 9, 2018
Spurs are the first club in the history of the premier league not to make a summer signing. Levy has done great things for the club – but fans have been badly let down this summer.
— Ben Fairthorne (@BFairthorne) August 9, 2018