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Ryan Ratty is a technology professional by day and watches too many sports at night. He is a die-hard fan of Tottenham Hotspur, the New York Yankees, the Dallas Cowboys and all things Syracuse Orange. You can connect with him on Twitter @RyanSRatty

No matter who Spurs sign this summer, Ben Davies is worth keeping around

While he may be replaced this summer in the starting XI, Ben Davies’ form has drastically improved and he deserves to stay in Antonio Conte’s side.

Analyzing one Tottenham transfer target from each relegation-threatened club

With talent in every Premier League squad, Spurs may be in the market to pick the bones of relegation-level squads.

Christian Eriksen returning to Spurs makes all the sense in the world

The stars seem aligned for a Christian Eriksen return to Spurs.

The curious case of Steven Bergwijn: Tottenham’s Dutch attacker is at a career crossroad

Steven Bergwijn has been red-hot for the Dutch, but has been a failure to launch at Spurs.

Tottenham are currently in their best place since the Pochettino era

With Antonio Conte’s squad impact and Fabio Paratici’s transfer strategy, Spurs are finally moving in the right direction.

Dejan Kulusevski is already proving just how important he is to Tottenham Hotspur

After joining form Juventus as a bit of an enigma, Spurs have reaped immediate rewards from the Swedish forward.

Analyzing Tottenham’s wingback pairings under Conte

Re-assessing Spurs’ options at wingback with the season’s final stretch coming up.

Ten lower-league players Spurs should be monitoring

Spurs should be looking down the pyramid for new talent. Here are some examples of players to keep an eye on.

This summer, Tottenham should not ignore England’s lower leagues

With players like Andrew Robertson and Jarrod Bowen becoming key figures at their clubs in the Premier League, it would behoove Spurs to mine the lower leagues in England for future talent.

Tottenham is not maximizing the value of its youth academy prospects

From Noni Madueke to Dilan Markanday, Spurs have had some struggles in recent years in their youth academy.