Spurs will look to cement their place in the top four next season after a stellar last term which ended in a disappointing way as after raising hopes of a league title after 55 years, the title challenge faded away in the month of May paving way for Leicester City to be the deserved Champions. Mauricio Pochettino has led the side into the European competition after a long hiatus and with the club now moving in the right direction under the right man at the helm, the club needs to support the Argentinian in making a solid unit which can compete on all fronts.
Each day, hoards of players are being linked with the club but the Spurs are going on about their business smoothly and have concluded the deals for Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen rather quickly which will make the squad stronger and the club have managed to strenghthed the weak areas in the team. Now, with the club being rumoured signing World cup winner Mario Gotze, the team looks pretty solid and if the players remain fit, these set of individuals can have a successful 16-17 season.
Let’s take a look at the lineup featuring Mario Gotze next season:
Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris
The club captain will look to have another decent season after the Euros ended in disappointment for France.
Right back: Kyle Walker
Walker had a disappointing Euros and will look to make amends for it by a stellar performance for the lilywhites.
Centre back: Tony Alderweireld
The defender was one of Belgium’s best players in France and has looked assured during his time at the Lane.
Centre back: Kevin Wimmer
The Austrian will replace Jan Vertonghen in the starting few games of the season as the Belgian will be out for atleast a month of the new campaign.
Left back: Danny Rose
Like Walker, Rose had an average Euros and the 26 year old needs to play at his best again to achieve his lost form.
Centre midfield: Victor Wanyama
The new signing will fit in directly into the side and will make the side a tough one to beat.
Centre midfield: Moussa Dembele
It will be a tough choice between Eric Dier and Moussa Dembele, but with Wanyama in the team now, Dier and Wanyama are players of similar abilities while Wanyama and Dembele will offer the side much more in terms of attacking output too.
Left attacking: Christian Eriksen
The Dane had a decent last season and will look to improve his goals and assists tally.
Centre attacking: Dele Alli
Alli had a disastrous Euros and like Harry Kane, now has to prove that he belongs at this level in the long run.
Right attacking: MARIO GOTZE
The German is one of the world’s best and by signing him, the club will make a statement of intent and can really challenge for the League. He is really suited to Pochettino’s tactics and can be one of the club’s best buys in recent history.
Striker: Harry Kane
Kane deserves a rest and that was evident with his performances at Euros and has to prove to his doubters once again next season.