- Dean Saunders has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur could challenge Liverpool and Man City for the Premier League next season
- The former Liverpool star contends that Tottenham are one or two signings away from competing with the two English giants
- Spurs have had a decent summer transfer window so far, with the north Londoners sealing three signings already
Former Liverpool star Dean Saunders has backed Tottenham Hotspur to challenge the Reds and Man City for the Premier League title next season.
Both Liverpool and City have dominated the English top-flight in recent years, with the latter winning the domestic crown back-to-back.
While they are expected to continue with the dominance next term, Saunders contends Tottenham could be a surprise package in the title race.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Saunders claimed that the north Londoners could be just one or two signings away from challenging the two English heavyweights at the top of the Premier League.
“The manager is relentless. He doesn’t just want to win something now, he’s not interested in four years he’ll have a good team, he wants to win something now or he’s off," he noted.
“I think they are a couple of signings away from having a right go at Man City and Liverpool," he added.
Tottenham's decent summer transfer window
Saunders' suggestion came at a time Tottenham are enjoying a decent summer transfer window by their standards.
The Antonio Conte-tutored side have already completed three signings in Ivan Perisic, Yves Bissouma, and Fraser Forster.
They are expected to make more signings in the coming weeks as they look to challenge for titles.
Spurs had a successful end-to-the-season last term, sealing a fourth-place finish behind Chelsea and ahead of arch-rivals, Arsenal.
Man United told they won't win trophy next season
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Louis Saha believes Erik ten Hag will not be able to steer Manchester United to glory in his first season in charge.
The United legend contends the club need to undergo some 'improvement' to stand any chance of challenging for trophies.
The Red Devils have gone more than five years without a trophy, with Jose Mourinho the last manager to win a trophy at the club.
Source: Sports Brief News