Former Tottenham Hotspur captain Graham Roberts insists that there will be money for a summer spending spree at the club, informs the FFC.
Spurs are yet to appoint a new manager with the latest reports suggesting that talks with former Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte have broken down.
Conte has history of spending big to bolster his squads, spending over £30m no fewer than nine times in his career, per Transfermarkt.
It remains to be seen if Spurs will back him to the hilt, especially given the impact of the pandemic and the fact that they needed to take out a loan from the Bank of England in the past year.
Roberts, though, is confident that there will be a “pot” of cash for the new manager to spend, as the club look to again challenge for the top four.
Indeed, Spurs ultimately finished seventh following a damaging season under Mourinho, and are now facing up to the prospect of playing in the Europa Conference League next season.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, Roberts said: “The club will have money.
“They will do things right and there’ll be a pot there for transfers, it’s whether we can get a little bit more in there to help them bring in a few.”