“I can’t believe anyone even agreed to it” – A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans are delighted that the Premier League could be changing the closing date of the transfer window back to the 2nd of September.
It seems the Premier League have accepted that closing the transfer window early on the 9th of August has not worked.
The Argentine admitted that the period up until the window closed was the most difficult of his Tottenham career.
Now that the European transfer window is closed Pochettino can refocus his squad.
However, he will hope he never has to deal with a situation like this again.
See the best of the reaction below.
— Daily Hotspur (@Daily_Hotspur) September 3, 2019
I can’t believe anyone agreed to that in the first place ????
— A.Young (@beattie2028) September 3, 2019
Well it was an utter shambles tbh
— Paul Betts (@itsbettsy) September 3, 2019
So they should ! It was crazy to vote for an early close to our window while everyone else could carry on regardless ! What the hell were they thinking of ? ????
— Andy (@ANDY181250) September 3, 2019
These Spurs fans are thrilled that the window could be changed and can’t believe it was ever voted in.
We tried to do the proper thing in finishing the transfer window – when the season started – hoping the other leagues would follow – But they would never ever follow what we did. If the idea came from them – then that’s okay.
— Bazzabee (@Bazzabee4) September 3, 2019
good news –
appreciate the effort, it’s a shame europe didn’t follow along.. why keep the window open after the season starts?
— Dobbs (@COYS41) September 4, 2019
Other Tottenham supporters are annoyed that the rest of Europe did not follow the Premier League’s lead.
I’m sure Levy doesn’t care. Still won’t get to work until the last day anyway.
— Chris Cartwright (@weirdscience) September 3, 2019
Great, so levy can haggle unsuccessfully even longer then
— yidney poitier (@jinky_jim) September 3, 2019
Finally, a few Spurs fans believe that it will make no difference as Daniel Levy will still leave all of Tottenham’s business till the last day.