On the last day of the domestic market in England, Tottenham signed Joe Rodon to Swansea.
The international market closed at the beginning of last week, but it was only this Friday that the internal transfer window in England ended.
On the final day, Tottenham also secured a backup: Welsh defender Joe Rodon, who played for Swansea. In this regard, at the press conference to preview the game against West Ham, José Mourinho praised the Spurs’ management for their performance in the market and also took the opportunity to send a tough “splinter” to Pep Guardiola and Manchester City.
“O sr. Levy [presidente do Tottenham] showed once again that he is a genius in the way of making business happen. Now, it’s up to me and the squad to have a good season “, he began by saying, continuing:
“Did I get all the targets I set? Almost everyone, with us coaches, is almost always. Unless you are a privileged coach in a team that does not respect financial fair play,” shot Mourinho, referring to the fact that UEFA had sanctioned “citizens” with the exclusion of European evidence due to non-compliance with the rules of the said financial fair play.
The Arbitration Court for Sport (TAS), for its part, overturned that sanction, applying “only” a fine of 10 million euros to the Manchester emblem.