Tottenham: What's happened since Spurs last signed a player?

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Lots has happened in the world since Spurs last signed someone.Getty Images
Lots has happened in the world since Spurs last signed someone.

It's now been a year since Tottenham Hotspur last signed a player.

Spurs signed Brazilian international, Lucas Moura, from Paris St Germain for £24 million on January 31st 2018.

They have had to cut back on spending because they're currently building a new stadium.

However, over two transfer windows, Tottenham are the only Premier League team to not bring in a player.

So, what's happened in the world while Spurs have been standing still?

The big numbers
Premier League teams have spent a total of £1.38 billion.Getty Images
Premier League teams have spent a total of £1.38 billion.
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Approximately 78 million people have passed through Heathrow Airport.
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Donald Trump has tweeted over 3000 times.
The big events
Julen Lopetegui.Getty Images

It's not been a great time for manager, Julen Lopetegui. He's has been sacked from two high profile jobs in the time since Spurs signed a player. Spain's manager for the 2018 World Cup was sacked in the build up to the tournament because he'd agreed to take over at Real Madrid. A few months later, he was sacked by Real Madrid.

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