Tottenham transfer news: Completed summer deals, including Ben Davies and Michel Vorm

A look at the players who have arrived at White Hart Lane this summer and those who have departed

Tottenham did manage to secure Europa League football for another season last year but Tim Sherwood's time in charge was riddled with controversy and lack of direction.

Now that Mauricio Pochettino has been confirmed as their new manager, Spurs will be hoping for a more settled and successful season.

COMPLETED TRANSFERS

Ben Davies - Undisclosed from Swansea

The 21-year-old full-back agreed a five-year deal at White Hart Lane. He made his debut for the Swans as a 19-year-old in August 2012 and quickly established himself as first-choice left-back and has gone on to earn a number of call-ups to the Wales squad.

Michel Vorm - Undisclosed from Swansea

Vorm switched from Swansea despite Hugo Lloris signing a new contract. A part of the Netherlands' World Cup squad, the 30-year-old signed a four-year deal.

Eric Dier - £4m from Sporting Lisbon

The England Under-21 player was born in Cheltenham but moved to Portugal at the age of 10. He's now back in his home country having made 30 appearances for Sporting Lisbon. He made an immediate impact, scoring an injury time winner in Tottenham's first game of the season.

DeAndre Yedlin - Undisclosed from Seattle Sounders

Having impressed at the World Cup with the USA, Tottenham signed DeAndre Yedlin on a four-year contract before sending him straight back on loan with Seattle. The 21-year-old plays at right-back.

 

POTENTIAL  ARRIVALS?

 

EXITS

Jake Livermore - £6m to Hull

Heurelho Gomes - Free to Watford

Cameron Lancaster, Laste Dombaxe, Jonathan Miles - Released

Alex Pritchard - Loan to Brentford

Kenny McEvoy - Loan to Peterborough

Gylfi Sigurdsson - Undisclosed to Swansea

Jordan Archer - Loan to Northampton Town

Shaquile Coulthirst - Loan to Torquay United

Iago Falque - Undisclosed to Genoa

Grant Hall - Loan to Birmingham City

Jonathan Obika - Loan to Charlton Athletic

Kevin Stewart - Free to Liverpool

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