Former Tottenham defender Alan Hatton has encouraged Daniel Levy to “spend the money” so the club can stay in touch with its “big six” rivals.
Spurs face an uncertain summer. There are doubts surrounding Harry Kinghis future in the club.
The striker recently told Tottenham that he wants to leave because he wants to give himself a better chance of winning the team’s titles.
Tottenham still do not have a manager but They seem intent on appointing Paolo Fonseca as their new president.
The former Roma coach left the club at the end of the season and was replaced by-Tottenham Jose Mourinho, coach.
Hutton said football inside That Levy should decide where he sees Spurs heading in the next few years:
“No one has taken her away, [Levy’s] Part of it is the commercial aspect. He’s done an incredibly good job when it comes to marketing, the pitch, amazing.
“But as president, where is the club headed? What do you want from the club? Do you want to be tough for the Premier League? Do you want to be a top-four challenger, or do you want to be there just for the Europa League? Where do you want to be?”
“If it’s a challenge to top this league, you have to spend the money. Nobody is standing still. To get that kind of look where we have the best training ground, we bring in the little boys, that’s a project.
“We are going to bring some youngsters for the future, and this is a five-year project. Antonio Conte doesn’t want to do that. He wants to win now, just as Mourinho wanted to win now.
“That’s a question that Daniel Levy has to ask and answer for the fans and everyone involved. Where is this team going in the next season or two? If they want to see it high, they have to spend the money. It’s really that simple.”
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