MF: SON HEUNG-MIN
South Korean star Son has hinted that the ongoing uncertainty over Harry Kane has unsettled him in recent weeks.
The pair are close friends on and off the pitch and in tandem they are one of the deadliest combinations in the Premier League.
If Paratici and the new boss do keep hold of Kane that will end any Son’ exit speculation and the prospect of the pair linking back up in 2021/22 will have Spurs fans on the edge of their seats.
FW: WILFRIED ZAHA
Zaha’s time at Crystal Palace finally appears to be up following the exit of Roy Hodgson and the Ivorian looks certain to push through a move this summer.
Failed deals with Everton and Arsenal in the past appears to have created an opening for Spurs who can enter the race with no previous baggage.
Palace will reluctantly accept offers in the region of £45m and the 28-year-old still firmly has something to prove at a big Premier League club and would add pace and creativity to the Spurs attack.
FW: GARETH BALE
Bale’s loan from Real Madrid showed flashes of what the Welshman is still capable of doing in 2020/21.
However, any possible return move for the 31-year-old will come via a carefully negotiated deal with the La Liga giants.
Bale appears open to a return, either on loan or permanently, and Paratici and Levy will be confident of taking advantage of Madrid’s stance on him.
Despite Zinedine Zidane’s exit, club president Florentino Perez would be happy to see him off the wage bill, and a free transfer could be secured, if Spurs pick up his salary.
FW: HARRY KANE
The most important transfer Spurs fans will want to make this summer is one very close to home, by keeping hold of Kane.
Kane has been straightforward in his message of wanting to leave based on his frustration at a lack of trophies at the club.
However, with Levy set to dig in over a £150m asking price, he could be priced out of a move to one of their Premier League rivals.
The onus then falls onto Paratici and the new boss to convince him to stay on and lead their new project.