Spurs chairman calls for a change of the Premier League transfer window 

20 December 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Spurs and Daniel Levy broke their transfer record in the summer with the signing of Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon for an initial fee of £55 million.

Spurs' chairman, Daniel Levy, was once in favour of shortening the summer transfer window. 

However, other leagues having not followed suit, Levy now believes the window should be reverted. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

In the public eye, Tottenham's chairman, Daniel Levy, is perceived as a firm and hard negotiator - perhaps one of the best in football - and a man who loves making a deal late in the transfer window, as Tottenham have done many times during his tenure. 

However, in an interview with the Evening Standard, Levy dismisses both claims and calls for a change of the transfer window in the Premier League.

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