Attacking alternatives for Tottenham
Just as Spurs did not lose any defenders, they did not lose any real contributing attackers. Bryan Gil saw some spot minutes but needs more experience and will hopefully get that in Spain. In his stead, Spurs added Dejan Kulusevski, who should provide a more immediate impact for the team.
Only a year older than Gil Kulusevski has a body more suited for the rigors of Premier League play, and his positional versatility helps him fit as one of the rotating two around Harry Kane. Having not lost Steven Bergwijn in January, with Lucas Moura playing okay, and Heung-Min Son about set to return from injury, suddenly the attacking options look vital for Spurs, assuming everyone stays healthy.
If something were to happen to Kane in particular, it would be difficult for Spurs to cover for him. However, adding more talent around him will hopefully take some load off Kane and avoid any injuries.
Ultimately, how well this attacking unit can counter-attack the good teams and work to unlock those who park the bus determines how well Spurs do this season. The defence is sound, and the midfield is settling; Tottenham needs the starts to shine in the attack. The top four is a real possibility with this squad, particularly given Spurs had the best window of any team battling for a top-four spot.