Spurs have a young squad full of potential and they are keeping their team intact by holding onto their key players. With the team unlikely to change and with the wealth of talent they have in the form of players who have lots of playing years ahead of them, in the years to come, they will surely be a top notch team not only in England, but in Europe.
Injuries could dictate a rather simple starting line-up choice for Jurgen Klopp. A Premier League debut is expected to be handed to summer signing Joel Matip while Divock Origi, Emre Can and Philippe Coutinho are all expected to miss out due to injury concerns.
The odds are in Tottenham's favour as they look to overcome Alan Pardew's troubled Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane tested his volleying ability as he attempted to recreate Paul Scholes' stunning strike for Manchester United against Bradford in 2000.
Spanish giants Atletico Madrid edged past English side Tottenham Hotspur with a 1-0 scoreline in the International Champions Cup.
Juventus put up a spirited performance to beat a fledgling Spurs side 2-1 in the International Champions Cup.
After a decent outing with the German national team at Euro 2016, defender Jonas Hector is now subject to interest from Spanish side FC Barcelona.
Since returning to Sassuolo from Juventus last summer, Domenico Berardi has established himself as one of the brightest young prospects in Europe attracting the interest of various clubs across the continent. However, Inter Milan are eyeing a move for the 21-year-old this summer and are looking to beat the likes of Juventus and Tottenham to the forward.
Eric Dier became the first England player in European Championships history to score directly from a freekick with his stunning effort against Russia on Saturday.
With the stadium at White Hart Lane set to be demolished and renovated, the Daniel Levy-led Tottenham Hotspur management have managed to secure the rights to host Premier League and Champions League games at Wembley for next season.