SPURS REPLACE BALE
When Gareth Bale signed with Real Madrid, Tottenham tried to fill in the shoes of the Welshman by signing new players and one of them was Erik Lamela as he arrived from AS Roma with a price tag of €25.8 but the 22 years old Argentinean player was hit with a back injury that has left him out of action since December 29.
The medical staff of Tottenham has not announced any estimated date when Lamela will be able to come back and this puts in danger his chance of playing for Argentina in the upcoming World Cup.
Lamela has not been able to make the kind of impact that Sherwood wanted since signing him as he has only scored 3 goals for the Premier League club since making his arrival.
Tottenham has joined the race to sign Loic Remy from QPR and even though the future of Tim Sherwood is uncertain, the tactician has revealed his intentions of boosting his squad when the transfer window re-opens.
Roberto Soldado still has not found his form in White Hart Lane and Adebayor is a player with too much highs and lows for a club in the top 5 spots of the Premier League to depend on which is why they are still keeping their eyes opened for new players.
The Frenchman Loic Remy has already admitted his desire on making a move to a big name club such as Tottenham but a transfer away from QPR would depend if the Championship club is willing to release the player.
Tottenham have some busy next weeks ahead of him as their upcoming results will not only decide the future of Tim Sherwood but will also be the main factor if they are able on entering either the Champions League or Europa League for the upcoming season.