Published: Tue, August 08, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Tottenham v Newcastle: Spurs projected starting XI

Tottenham v Newcastle: Spurs projected starting XI

Tottenham, who beat Juventus 2-0 in their final pre-season friendly on Saturday at Wembley, are waiting on the scan results of Kieran Trippier, who injured his ankle.

"He is very young", Pochettino said.

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Mauricio Pochettino's men will kick off their Premier League campaign with a trip to Newcastle United on Sunday afternoon as they look to get their season off to a winning start. Many felt the club would use that money to sign a starting right back or at least a back-up to Trippier. Even if they add a player in time to be registered for Sunday's clash, it's nearly impossible to believe that Mauricio Pochettino would trot a new signing out without him having a full week to train with his teammates.

Improving a team that finished second last season - with a club-record Premier League points total and the best attack and defence in the top-flight - while simultaneously building an £800m stadium and spending within your means is, of course, no easy feat. Faltering early could cost Tottenham dearly in their quest to capture the Premier League title.

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If Trippier has suffered significant damage then Pochettino will be left with youngster Kyle Walker-Peters as his only recognised right-back, although Eric Dier or Toby Alderweireld could fill in there if required.

Everything Spurs do in the transfer market is a gamble and Levy would argue that signing the right players for the right prices late in the day is preferable to taking expensive potshots in June and July.

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