“I don’t think that It should be open once the Premier League season begins.”
“It is unfair on all the managers and players.”
“I guess it is good entertainment for everyone and I enjoy watching it, but I don’t believe that it should be open once the Premier League starts.”
The 22-year-old midfielder has a good point. The transfer window should be closed once the season starts.
That way clubs are only focused on the campaign ahead and not who to sign or sell along with game planning against upcoming opponents.
It’s doubtful that a change will be implemented to resolve issues that teams are forced to deal with, but if the window opened earlier and closed sooner, it could help embed players into their new teams more quickly.
For Spurs, one reason why they wait until deadline day is because they’re looking for discounts.
That much is clear, though that’s only a brief examination of why they do something like this.
Each summer, players switch clubs for exorbitant amounts of money.
Most are not even worth the price that teams pay to bring in reinforcements or to simply upgrade certain positions. Because of this, value signings are becoming rare nowadays.
Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy work under a simple belief that players have a certain value based on their performances.
This kind of strategy/philosophy won’t guarantee any silverware for the club, and it only makes Daniel Levy seem interested in making a profit first. But Mauricio Pochettino has always been investing in the future.
From academy graduates to young and promising players, to unknown gems, Tottenham’s transfer strategy since Pochettino joined has never been about spending a fortune.
Value signings isn’t a new concept, but it should be once again with big European clubs overspending on a yearly basis.