Redknapp Confirms He’s Ready To Spend

By on July 22, 2010

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Written by Football Talk.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed he is in the market for ‘two or three’ new signings and believes with the right additions, Spurs can challenge for the title next season.

The club enjoyed it’s highest premier league finish last season, beating Manchester City to that all-important fourth place and a shot at the champions league. Now Redknapp is eager to build on that success and is in the market for some fresh faces.

“We need two or three players who can make the difference,” Redknapp told Sky Sports.

“We’ve got a big squad, but I do feel we need just that little bit of quality in one or two areas if we’re going to move on from where we were last year.”

Redknapp also feels that next season is the best chance in recent memory that Spurs have to make a serious bid for the title.

“We did great last year, but we just need to push on and maintain that.

“We want to win the championship. It’s not impossible.

“Fourth place last year was marvellous, but I think this is the best chance Tottenham have had in how many years to really push on and maintain that, and become a regular top four team and maybe push for a championship.

“We’re never going to get a better chance so now’s the time to have a go at doing that. So I still feel with two or three players it would make the difference and give us the squad we need. And if we get them in I think the sky’s the limit for us.”

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One Comment

  1. Essexian76

    July 22, 2010 at 10:53 am

    Well signing Cole wouldn’t have made any difference for us, that’s for certain. Perhaps we can now move on and improve areas that actually needed looking at, instead of a position that we have quality and cover in abundance?
    We’re surfeit in the striking dept, yet are continually linked with players that are either huge financial gambles or child prodigies but are no nearer to signing anyone as cover for the injury prone King or possibly retiring Woodgate. Keane definitely must go as his petulance and childish reaction to not being selected, was the main cause of his loan spell to Celtic, and look how we improved after his departure? O’Hara, and Jenas seem heading for the exit door, along with Taraabt, and Gio and perhaps even Hutton, who I ‘d hang on to if possible. Bellamy would be a great signing in the short term, as it seems Gudjohnsen isnt returning either, times pressing and wasting time and effort trying to secure Cole has cost us the jump on many targets, but lets not panic eh?

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