Tottenham were defeated 3-1 on Sunday by Manchester United in their Premier League showdown.
It was a poor performance from Jose Mourinho’s side and reports have suggested he could overhaul his squad should they fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Here are four signings he’d likely demand in order for Spurs to be considerably better next season.
But it’s clear Hugo Lloris isn’t the goalkeeper he once was – and that’s something Mourinho is aware of.
The decision to deploy Serge Aurier at right-back for the match against United backfired, with the France international given the runaround by compatriot Paul Pogba over the course of the 90 minutes.
And Mourinho doesn’t seem to trust Matt Doherty, thus Tottenham are expected to strengthen in his position.
Tottenham need better than Lo Celso who has scored just once in the Premier League with just one assist to his name from 14 matches this term if they’re to re-establish themselves as a major force.
Because, if they stick with the Argentina international, then more bad results like Sunday’s defeat lie in wait.
The Brazil international, for all of his speed and energy, isn’t good enough to be a regular for Tottenham on the right wing of their attack.
And with Lucas now struggling in the prime years of his career, Mourinho can be forgiven for seeking an upgrade.