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Spurs: Too Much, Too Fast?http://i1.liverpoolecho.co.uk/incoming/article8350562.ece/alternates/s2197/Emre-Can-pic.jpg
Liverpool's Emre Can was one of 6 players brought in during the January window; but have Spurs pushed it too far?
This season, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has pushed the boat out, bringing in some big names to push his side to new heights, and clearing out the deadwood in the squad. Over the course of the season, Spurs have brought in 12 players, either on permanent deals, or on loan. Below, we list the 12 new faces at White Hart Lane, and the prospects that they have at the club.
1. Eder Alvarez Balanta (DC)
Balanta arrived at White Hart Lane with a big reputation - one of South America's hottest properties, Balanta was chased by Europe's top clubs, but the facilities at Tottenham persuaded him to choose Tottenham. With 12 appearances in the league so far this season, Balanta has landed on his feet at Spurs, even contributing a goal to his side's cause.
2. Jese (ST)
Another player who arrived with a big reputation, Jese has been hot and cold for Spurs so far - but with 12 league appearances marked with 5 goals and 3 assists, he's quickly becoming a fan favourite. So much so that some sections of the support are calling for Pochettino to activate Jese's £29.5m release clause and make the move permanent.
3. Humam Tariq (AMC)
A Promising talent, Iraqi midfielder Tariq had to wait until November for his Work Permit to come through, but since then, he has made 4 appearances for Spurs in the league, scoring once and setting up a goal for his side. For just £350k, Tariq looks like he could be a very smart bit of business for Spurs once he develops.
4. Lucas Romero (DMC)
Pochettino showed further signs of his knowledge of South American football by bringing one of Argentina's biggest talents to White Hart Lane. At just 20, Romero is already challenging for a regular first team spot, and with 23 league appearances under his belt, he has scored once and provided 4 assists. Within a few seasons, it is not difficult to see Romero as a future fan favourite, and a major player at Spurs.
5. Lucas Boye (ST)http://www.fm-base.co.uk/forum/attachments/player-faces-facepacks/700505d1415004258-cut-out-faces-blackmagic10-lucasboy%C3%A9.png
Boye arrived at Spurs from River, and Pochettino loaned him out to French club Stade de Riems for the season. Playing in France's top league, Boye has scored twice in 14 league appearances, and is making an impression with his intelligent play and clever movement. Although perhaps not ready for first-team football, he has the potential to become an important player for the club.
6. John Souttar (DC)
Another player who was bought and loaned back - this time to his original club. John Souttar is a defender with a huge future. So far this season, he has made 14 appearances, and impressed in every single one. At just £975k, Souttar looks like a true talent for the future.
7. DeAndre Yedlin (DR)http://www.fifascoutingtips.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Yedlin-175.png
Quick, Talented and Seattle Sounders' first ever homegrown player, Yedlin was part of the MLS All-Stars team last season, and has a growing reputation in world football. Impressive at the World Cup, Yedlin's transfer was one which was already arranged before Pochettino arrived, and he made 4 appearances this month, before moving on loan to Leeds for the remainder of the season. His performances have been impressive so far, and he is a definite talent for the future.
8. Martin Odegaard (AMC)http://www.fm-base.co.uk/forum/attachments/player-faces-facepacks/679698d1409288949-cutout-request-thread-cutters-needed-1394631496.png
One transfer which needs no introduction - Norwegian starlet Martin Odegaard was chased by every top club in Europe, before deciding on a move to Spurs - the youngster has impressed in his two appearances so far, scoring on his debut. With the correct guidance, and enough game time, Odegaard has the undoubted potential to go far in this game.
9. Nathan (AMC)http://www.furacao.com/images/elenco/nathan.jpg
This Brazilian starlet was loaned out to Bestikas upon his arrival, Nathan is a big talent for the future of Spurs. Quick on his feet, and talented with the ball, Nathan's reputation is growing within World Football, and, with enough game time, has the potential to match Odegaard's development, and become a real force.
10. Jeronimo Rulli (GK)
With Hugo Lloris' form so hit and miss, and Michel Vorm woefully inadequate in training, Pochettino had no choice but to bring in another goalkeeper, and Rulli fits that description. A loan signing, the Goalkeeper's contract runs out at the end of the season, and Pochettino will most likely look to bring him in on a permanent contract. Although he has only played in Europe and in Cup games, Rulli has started his career well, and will be looking to push Lloris for a first-team spot.
11. Emre Can (MC)http://en.fodb.net/img/person/19-Emre-Can.png
Brought in as cover for the midfield, Can hasn't had the chance to impress at Liverpool, but Pochettino seems quite content to give him that chance at Spurs, and the German already has 3 appearances under his belt, and has scored once; showing his full credentials in a central role. With a £25.6m release clause, Liverpool might be holding Spurs to ransom somewhat, but if Can impresses, that fee might not be as extortionate as it sounds.
12. Eugene Konoplyanka (ML)
Viewed by many as the missing piece of Tottenham's tactical jigsaw, the Ukranian midfielder is natural, and deadly, on the left side of midfield. With Pochettino starting to favour a deeper wide midfielder on that side, Konoplyanka is set to be given every chance to impress. With 5 appearances already, he's scored 1 and set up 2 goals for his side in an impressive display throughout January. With more game time, and once he's settled, Konoplyanka could become one of Spurs' most vital players.