The 2019/2020 season is over, time to look for the next one There are a couple of ways of deciding how to approach the recruitment: 1. Look at what the club did in the past and if successful then tweak it a little 2. Look at what other more successful clubs did and copy their approach and tweak it a little 3. Something else The previous approach: https://www.planetfootball.com/quic...ottenham-have-made-under-mauricio-pochettino/ Possibly it can be tweaked, just be better at selecting the signing. However, it is not easy to find the underpriced gems so the 'just be better' might be very difficult. My preference would be to buy one given starter rather then buying several players and hoping that at least one will make it into the starting eleven. It might be a high-risk strategy, Ndombele hasn't started enough matches so it isn't a guarantee for success. And in my opinion then the focus should be on buying what is needed over buying what appears to be good value.... Buying cheap for a position where there is already strength might make fiscal sense (especially for a selling club which Spurs is hopefully not any more) but results-wise then buying to strengthen a weak position is what I consider to be the only way forward.