In 2013, after Gareth Bale set a world record for Real Madrid, the Spurs were forced to blow up the team. Welshman scored 26 goals last season and won various Premier League singles awards ahead of players such as Luis Suarez and Eden Hazard.
The Spurs adopted the “Magnificent Seven” in the summer of 2013. Gareth Bale was introduced to Real Madrid in September 2013, However, there was a problem that Tottenham missed one point in the Champions League.
Daniel Levi was optimistic that he could keep the star’s fortune, but Real Madrid made their charm aggressive and quickly became a problem.
Tottenham HotSpurs, for over £100M, were busy signing seven new players and “sold Elvis to sign the Beatles. “However, while bake won four Champions League titles in Madrid, the Spurs signature showed a contrasting performance. Let’s see what happened to “Big Seven”.
The Tottenham Magnificent 7 ( tottenham hotspur magnificent seven)
Roberto Soldado £26M
Roberto Soldado signed for 26 million euros, Spurs thought the goal scorer was successful at Sociedad. The 36-year-old Soldado recently moved to Levante from LaLiga’s rival Granada.
Spain’s Soldard was probably the most exciting acquisition from Valencia for £ 26m fresh from the Confederations Cup buzz and 24 LaLiga goals. There was no shortage of tries, but his time in White Hart Lane was only seven goals in 52 Premier League games, five of which were penalties.
He Levy earned £ 10 million from Villarreal in his service in 2015 and has been playing in Fenerbahce and Granada ever since.
After scoring nine goals in 29 games last season, he signed a two-year contract with the now 36-year-old Spanish leader Levante.
Spurs fans thought Paulinho had won the “Brazilian Frank Lampard” when he arrived at N17. The early appearance of the was consistent, and the late winners at Cardiff caused a ruckus among traveling fans.
Things went downhill very quickly, but after Paulinho received a red card from André Villas-Boas in the final match, he became a nervous shipwreck and could hardly play a 5-yard pass.
He was offered a lifeline by the Guangzhou Super League giant Guangzhou Football Club.
The year in Barcelona wasn’t a complete failure, but it was so strange that it became a big star.
Paulinho, 33, has teamed up with Al Ahli of Saudi Arabia, but now has a contract with Corinthians.
For Sassuolo in Serie A, fans of the apparently horrifying looking Kirikes were excited about the arrival of Kirikes, thinking they had unearthed Bucharest, who likes to play the hidden gems of Steaua Ball back.
And although he was very easy, his casual style often penalized the team as he tended to give the opponent a simple goal while keeping the fan’s heart in mind.
Like the Soldado and Paulinho, Kiriques spent two seasons in Lane before shipping to Naples. The Romanian moved to Sassuolo two years ago after managing 48 games in four seasons in São Paulo and moved to a permanent post last summer for just under £10m.
Chadli has become a useful player in the Spurs for three years, As one of the successful acquisitions that summer, Chadli has become a popular figure in the Spurs, despite a disappointing start.
The Belgians came from FC Twente after playing home and away against Tottenham during the 2010/11 Champions League season.
But when Mauricio Pochettino began to change the fate of the club, he really started to shine and only scored 13 goals until his second season. He moved down to Westbromich Albion in the year 2017 and stayed few month before he take a moved to Istanbul Basakse Hill last summer after a beautiful stint in Monaco and Anderlecht.
Etienne Capoue £9M
Etienne Capoue struggled to make a big impact with the Spurs, After Sandro resigned due to a knee injury, Capowe initially appeared to be a perfect match for Moussa Dembele on his behalf.
Despite consistent performance, the French lost favor, but after some terrible appearances hung to dry as a makeshift central defender.
He continued for a season after Pochettino arrived in 2014, before moving to Watford.
Capoue moved to Villarreal in January after 11 appearances in the championship in the first half of the 2020/21 season. And his influence was immediately felt when the Spanish side helped defeat Manchester United in the Europa League final. This is the first major trophy in the club history.
Christian Eriksen €11M
Eriksen was a talisman in Tottenham for over six seasons. Denmark’s International Eriksen transferred to Inter Milan in January 2020.
He’s one of the best transfer buy in that period, he kick start his involvement by becoming an integral parts in the squad for 6 yrs before his final transfer to Inter Milan in January 2020.
With a bargain of £ 11m, Dane covered the cracks during Tim Sherwood’s tenure and continued to score great goals or moments to save the team from trouble.
After that, he became the heartbeat of Pochettino’s team and had a hard time adjusting them when he was absent. Eriksen acknowledged his desire to “try something new” after losing the 2019 Champions League final and joined Inter Milan six months later.
Erik Lamela £30M
Lamela joined the Spurs just two days before bale’s transfer to Madrid was confirmed.
Erik Lamela is the last of “Magnificent Seven” to leave North London.
The 29-year-old Argentine lamela actually got off to a strange start at the Spurs. He only played 3 games in his 1st season at the club after getting a back injury very early from Tim Serwood before going back hometown.
After the arrival of his compatriot Pochettino, he returned and competed for the spot before suffering a serious hip injury in October 2016 for 13 months.
His most memorable moment is his “Rabona” goal, which lost 21 times to Arsenal in March, with the goal of scoring the Premier League Goal of the Year.
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