Nobody here's worried about the club's solvency or Joe Lewis' bank account. But it's still a valid concern to question the amount spent on players because for a club like Spurs (as opposed to, say, Man City) it directly affects the amount that can be spent on other players. £28m spent on Sessegnon, for example, is £28m that wont go towards a more urgently needed pacey wing-forward that's we may end up not getting as a result. £28m spent on Sessegnon as opposed to, say, £15m, represents £13m we can't spend on another quality back-up or youth prospect, or a bump in players' wages. Figures matter, & it's not irrational for fans of a club like ours to be concerned that the club has overspent on transfers.