Ben Davies ‘relaxed’ about Tottenham’s lack of transfer business

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"I can not tell you if we're going to sign one, zero or two or three or four players", said the coach.

"If you look at our squad, we've still got young players".

"We can not [pick them] because we need them, or because [they are] some names, or the people will be disappointed". If someone is not ready, he's not going to be involved because we are not going to take risks. "But I have to say that after all the years I've been in football, money doesn't guarantee you success". I think Daniel has been quite clear on this but we have always operated on a fairly prudent basis.

"Of course, it's not our fault". It's the reality that happens and pushes us to take some decisions that sure maybe doesn't help the team from the beginning but we need to help some players because after the World Cup, minimum 20 days they need to rest and stop thinking about football.

'They behaved very well on and off the pitch, ' he said.

Many of them feel that he has no future at the club, is well below the standard of the players he is competing with for a first-team place and his goals in America may serve only to raise his price once Spurs decide to sell him. And Davies believes that experience will help the players this season. They should feel very proud after this tour'.

"It's good for the team and I only have to be ready when my opportunity is coming".

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"Last season was good", Sanchez told Spurs' official website.

"All of the young players have really shown great character", he said. He clearly identifies targets, works to get them, and we are no different to other clubs in not necessarily being able to acquire who might be top of your list for whatever reason.

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Nine Spurs players reached the semifinals in Russian Federation, while captain Hugo Lloris went on to lift the trophy with France.

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