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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

Dejan Kulusevski has the potential to become one of the best players in the Premier League

Despite how good he was last season, Dejan Kulusevski is still 22 years old and adjusting to life in England and in the Premier League. He can get even better.

Spurs target Richarlison is a perfect fit for Antonio Conte

A lot has been made about Spurs’ admiration of Richarlison, but he offers a good profile for Antonio Conte to work with.

Tottenham’s Ndombele dilemma - How Spurs can move forward

It is looking like it’ll be very tough for Spurs to move Tanguy on this summer

Spurs should target Ben Brereton Díaz to back up Harry Kane

With Spurs making significant moves elsewhere, getting a striker option like BBD would not be as expensive.

Five left wingback options for Tottenham Hotspur (including Ivan Perisic)

While Ivan Perišić looks to be coming to Spurs, let’s take a look at a few other wingbacks in the event talks break down.

Spurs fully deserved their fourth place finish

Despite losses at Burnley and home losses to Southampton and Wolves, Tottenham were deserving of the all-important fourth spot.

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.