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 By John Crace

Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham transfers hint at a plan in place

The ESPN FC crew discuss Tottenham's transfer window so far.

Some people are never happy. Usually at this time of year, Tottenham fans are tearing their hair out at the club's reluctance to strike early in the transfer window. Now many fans are grumbling Spurs have been buying the wrong players.

While many of the top Premier League clubs have been making big name, big money signings, Spurs have bought Victor Wanyama, Vincent Janssen and have all but concluded the deal to bring Marseille winger, Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, to White Hart Lane.

On the face of it,...

Mauricio Pochettino's five-point plan for continued success at Tottenham

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno assesses Tottenham's plan for success in the 2016/17 season.
The guys answer your tweets about Arjen Robben's form, Tottenham's UCL chances and the guys' most unforgettable matches.

Tottenham will return to the Champions League for the first time since the 2010-11 campaign, and manager Mauricio Pochettino faces a challenge to improve on last season's third-place finish. ESPN FC's Dan Kilpatrick outlines five factors Pochettino must consider before the new season:

1. Keep calm and carry on

This summer's prevailing mood of global gloom has, oddly, extended to premonitions about Tottenham's hopes for the new season. Despite making promising signings with uncharacteristic...

 By Nick Miller

International Champions Cup: What to expect from the Premier League clubs

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol discuss the games to watch for ahead of the start of the International Champions Cup.

The International Champions Cup tournament kicks off on Friday as Manchester United face Borussia Dortmund in Shanghai (8 a.m. ET, ESPN3 & ESPN Deportes). All in all, the summer tournament (full schedule here) will feature six Premier League teams. Here are a few things to look out for from the English contingent.

Will the Conte effect be in evidence already?

One can only imagine what was going through a few Chelsea players' minds when watching Antonio Conte storm up and down the touchline...

Erik Lamela, Odell Beckham Jr. recreate one-handed catch

Odell Beckham Jr.'s European tour continues. He's spent time with Bayern Munich's David Alaba and now he's made it to England to join forces with Tottenham's Erik Lamela.

The New York Giants wide receiver has dazzled the world with plenty of incredible catches. He and Lamela put a unique spin on their attempt to recreate his iconic, one-handed catch vs. the Dallas Cowboys in 2014.

 By Ben Pearce

Georges-Kevin N'Koudou would add pace to creative Tottenham attack

Marseille's Georges Kevin N'Koudou is nearing a move to Spurs, Alison Bender looks at what the Frenchman can offer the North London club.
The guys answer your tweets about Tottenham's summer additions, Dan Thomas's absence, and the British Open.

Tottenham have already made two key signings this summer, bolstering the midfield and striking departments by bringing in Victor Wanyama and Vincent Janssen respectively. Now, the club have turned their attention to recruiting an attacking midfielder.

After showing interest in Newcastle's Georginio Wijnaldum, it appears Spurs are now eager to bring Marseille winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou to White Hart Lane.

N'Koudou's pace would be an asset to a Tottenham side that has plenty of creativity but sometimes...

What does failure look like for top Premier League teams in 2016-17?

New Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti believes former coach Pep Guardiola will succeed at the English Premier League club.

In his introductory news conference last week, new Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was asked about the astounding number of high-profile managers in the Premier League and what it means to have such a collection of coaching talent.

"Big managers take me to another level," he proclaimed. "They push me to achieve things."

The problem now is that even if all of these high-profile managers take their tactics to the next level, the nature of the competition means that not all of them can achieve...