The defeat against Arsenal in a new version of the North London Derby was a serious blow to the project of José Mourinho, who is not managing to lift his team and is increasingly far from achieving qualification for the next edition of the UEFA champions league. For that reason, and after a long talk with his coaching staff, José Mourinho has contacted Daniel Levy, president of Tottenham, to talk about the reinforcements that the team needs to take a quality leap and become a candidate to win the next Premier League.
The Portuguese coach wants to hit the table at the national level but knows he needs three more signings to achieve it. Mourinho's intention is to keep his main stars, sell the players he does not have and bring in three top-quality signings in order to become one of the best teams in Europe.
The three areas that the Portuguese wants to reinforce are the central defense, the front line of midfielders and the midfielder area, this being the key to be able to make a powerful team at an offensive level by adding names like Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son. In this way, Mou's intention is to return Tottenham to the fore in the fight for competition in England, and why not, to do the same at the continental level for the Champions League.
The three signings that Mourinho demanded from Tottenham to win the Premier
-David Alaba: The Austrian center-back is the solution to the problems in the rear and can make an ideal pair with the rest of the central Mourinho who has in his squad.
-Tomas Soucek: One of the revelation flyers of the championship. He would fit ideally with Hojbjerg because he has a rival field arrival and a lot of goals.
-Calvin Stengs: The least known but most talented. An ideal signing to play both inside and on the right wing. He would be the young star of the project.