Despite recently revealing that there were no big plans afoot for a summer squad overhaul this year, Tottenham Hotspur head coach Jose Mourinho now says signings are needed, as quoted by Sky Sports.
Spurs have been without star striker Harry Kane through injury for a while, and they’re also bereft of the services of Son Heung-min who is currently undergoing treatment on a broken arm in South Korea. When he returns, he will be quarantined as a precaution against a potential spread of the infamous Corona virus. They added winger Steven Bergwijn to their ranks in January, but they still don’t have a recognized striker to call upon. There have been calls for Troy Parrott to be given a proper chance, but Mourinho is adamant the 18-year-old still needs time to develop before he can lead the attacking line for his team.
The Portuguese pointed out that more depth and balance is needed in the squad for next season, though he still doesn’t expect many new players.
- Soccer News Like
- Be the first of your friends!