3 Shocking Transfers Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Made Ahead Of The 2022/2023 Season

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By Funmilayo KanmodiJuly 5, 2022 | 9:20 PM

Here are three shocking transfers an Antonio Conte Tottenham Hotspur has made ahead of the 2022/2023 club football season.

Conte Transfers 2022/2023 SeasonAntonio Conte

With a Champions League slot secured, Antonio Conte’s Tottenham have acquired more vices in terms of players since the transfer window officially opened to compete on the biggest stage of them all.

From all indications Spurs are currently building a formidable team that can compete for a trophy in all competitions.

This is why we compiled of the three biggest transfers Tottenham shocked the football world by completing them.


Conte Transfers 2022/2023 SeasonRicharlison

This is one transfer no one saw coming. The Brazilian completed a move to White Hart Lane for a staggering amount of 50 million euros plus add on from a nearly relegated Everton side. The doggedness and ruthlessness of Richarlison in attack is one thing that would furthermore improve the goalscoring abilities of a Tottenham side that also has Harry Kane and Heung Min Son as well.

Clement Lenglet

Conte Transfers 2022/2023 SeasonClement Lenglet

Many had been worried about the defence of Tottenham as it had been a major concern for Spurs but Antonio Conte stepped it up and secured the temporary service of a center-back from Barcelona by the name of Clement Lenglet on a loan deal to strengthen his defensive line. Lenglet’s partnership with defenders like Romero is one football fans can not wait for.

Ivan Perisic

Ivan Perisic

This was an unexpected signing that shocked the football scene Antonio Conte had been able to convince the Croatian Ivan Perisic whose contract had expired to join the Spurs side. The quality Perisic would most definitely bring to Tottenham is one that can not be undermined in anyway as his experience and skills as a wing back would prove very crucial in the Conte’s 3-4-3 formation or counter attacking football.

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