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4 players Tottenham Hotspur need to sign this winter

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451   //    11 Jan 2019, 12:01 IST

If Pochettino is to pick up his first silverware as a manager, he will need the help of his entire squad
If Pochettino is to pick up his first silverware as a manager, he will need the help of his entire squad

Prior to falling at the hands of Wolves at Wembley, Tottenham were firmly in the Premier League title race. With just two wins away from league leaders Liverpool, they can't be blamed for quietly thinking that there is still a chance to win the Premier League.

Mauricio Pochettino has done brilliantly, considering the club signed no player in the last window. Spurs is still competing in all four competitions, and if Pochettino is to pick up his first silverware as a manager, he will need the help of his entire squad.

Still competing for all four trophies makes one think that some new additions during this window could give much needed support to Poch and his boys. Another inactive window may frustrate the former Espanyol manager who is rumoured to be Manchester United's number one target to take over at Old Trafford.

Which players in the market could come in and push Tottenham, ensuring that they have a memorable finish to the 2018-19 season?


#1 Franck Kessié 

Kessie is a marauding, battling midfielder
Kessie is a marauding, battling midfielder

With Mousa Dembélé on the wrong side of 30, and not as physically dependable as he once was, a move to China seems to be on the cards for the Belgian international. This coupled with the fitness struggles of Kenyan powerhouse, Victor Wanyama, means Tottenham's midfield needs to be reinforced.

Kessie is a marauding, battling midfielder, and can replace the duo. Kessie is currently with a struggling AC Milan outfit, and may relish a move to the English Premier League with Spurs.

Kessie has been ever-present in the midfield since his arrival in Milan, and does chip in with his fair share of goals as well. At 22 years old, the Ivorian is the perfect age for a long term contract as Spurs continue to build.

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