I think Spurs did ok in the end for this window, Levy is famous for not doing shit the whole transfer window and get everyone on the last 2-3 days. Personally i hate this because our players end up missing training camp and August we always suck, but end of the day is that Spurs have a surplus over the past 5 years while holding a top 2-3 spot in the past 2. Most the competition have a negative of 100s of millions. I think we earned 20m+ in this window again.
The only starter we sold was Walker (to City), his replacement is Aurier from PSG, a younger + comparable player to Walker, a bit controversial, but for 50% of the fee of Walker, i guess he is worth the risk. Our top transfer was Davidson from Ajax, i think he will be a solid DC for Spurs, he has all the qualities, apparently he rejected a move from Barca to come here, so he clearly wants to be at Spurs. We hijacked Llorente's move to Chelsea, the dude is not a spring chicken at 32y of age, but he is a proven 15+ goal striker, he did that in every league he played including Spain, Italy and England (with Swansea), he cost us 12m and i think he will be the solid backup we needed. We got a backup at GK and Foyth, a young U21 Argentinian similar to Vertongen, just lighter, faster and younger. Overall i think we are stronger after these moves, i would give us a B+ overall, mainly because we failed to get a speedy winger or AM creative type + we failed to offload last years flop Sissoko, he will probably degrade even more in value. But considering we are building a 700m stadium, the fact that we got stronger, while also making a profit is a fantastic feat.