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Tottenham Hotspur club owner Daniel Levy says if some spending by English Premier League clubs should not continue Situs Judi Online. It is at once to defend the attitude of Tottenham Hotspur which so far has not bought a lot of players.
Feeling unable to continue spending more, Levy says if he has an obligation to manage the club appropriately.
“Some of the ongoing activities are not going to last forever, there are clubs that spend £ 200m, they can not keep doing this,” Levy said as quoted by soccerway.
Some Tottenham players have been sold, such as Kyle Walker who became Manchester City’s fantastic purchases. Pep Guardiola’s side must pay a fee of 50 million pounds sterling to bring in the 27-year-old player in the English League transfer market.
Despite the loss of Kyle Walker and several other players, Tottenham successfully defended their star players, such as Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Toby Alderweireld and Eric Dier.
Levy admitted difficult because now Tottenham is building a new stadium. However, he insisted if the construction of this new stadium does not affect the activities of the club in the summer transfer market.
“Obviously when you build a stadium of this size and everything should be financed in person – no state aid – it is a challenge,” Levy said.
The 55-year-old businessman also added that until now his club has not found the right player to be brought to White Hart Line in the transfer market that occurred in the English Premier League this season. So he denied if anyone thinks his club is not incapable of bringing players this season.