TOTTENHAM sealed a Deadline Day double swoop from Juventus as Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur were brought to North London.
Fans had been crying out for some January activity, with managing director Fabio Paratici going back to former club Juve in order to get a pair of deals done.
Spurs reportedly identified the need for a new right wing-back, centre-back and backup striker last month.
While neither Kulusevski or Bentancur can play any of these positions, boss Antonio Conte is believed to be happy to have them on board.
And the Italian will have plenty of ideas when it comes to best utilising the duo.
Conte, 52, is very likely to still deploy a back three as he continues his Spurs tenure, but he may deviate between 3-4-3 and 3-5-2.
Should he use the former, Kulusevski would be able to play in his most natural role on the right flank.
This would allow the nifty Swede to come inside onto his left foot, although he is also adept at going on the outside and using his right.
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With Son Heung-min on the left and Harry Kane down the middle, this set-up could create Tottenham plenty of chances.
Alternatively, the 21-year-old could fit into a 3-5-2 in a pair of different ways.
He may play in an attacking midfield role behind Son and Kane upfront.
Or he could be used as a striker up with the England skipper if Son is missing, with a three-man midfield behind them to provide ultimate defensive solidity.
This brings us to where Bentancur will play, with the Uruguayan typically best used as an all-around box to box midfielder.
In the 3-4-3, he could partner Harry Winks or Oliver Skipp in a midfield two.
While in the 3-5-2 he could fulfil a similar role, albeit with a No10 and two strikers ahead of him.
Alternatively he could play a deeper role in a stodgier version of the 3-5-2, with Skipp and Winks to either side of him and no No10, and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg another defensive option.
This could be used in trickier games against members of the Big Three away from home, although Spurs fans won’t want to see it used too regularly.
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