Tottenham coach Juande Ramos may be handed only a limited transfer kitty for the summer market.

The Telegraph says despite reports that the Spaniard will have £40 million to spend during the summer, the directors feel the current squad is strong enough to achieve the club's aims.

Ramos signed Jonathan Woodgate and Alan Hutton during the January transfer window and, unless there was the sale of a leading player like Dimitar Berbatov, the summer strategy would be to make a limited number of additions.