The likes of Toby Alderweireld (Mirror) and Christian Eriksen (Sun) have been linked with moves away this summer, so what better way to leave the club than with a Champions League winners medal in their hands.
Or, better still, perhaps winning the tournament would be the catalyst for new contracts for the both of them.
While many Tottenham fans would not be overly surprised if one of these two departed in the next transfer window, they may be shocked to hear that it could be Danny Rose’s last game at the club too.
Rose revealed that he would like to go out with a bang in his final game, although he knows nothing of a planned move himself.
The left-back joked that he has seen the media talking about him being sold in the summer, despite having no knowledge of the fact, hence the talk of his last ever game.
Relax, Spurs fans, it doesn’t seem like Danny is going anywhere just yet.
Rose said (Express): “I keep seeing my name that I’m being sold, so if that’s the case and it’s going to be my last game for Tottenham against Liverpool, I’m hoping to go out with a bang and lift a trophy.”
On the prospect of beating Liverpool in the final, Rose added: “It’s 50/50, a one-off game. Liverpool are a great team, they’ve had a great season and they might be Premier League champions.
“It’s going to be a very difficult game and if we defend how we did against Ajax we’re not going to win.
“We have to cut out the sloppy mistakes and hopefully play like we did in both second halves against Ajax.
“But if you go back to the Barcelona game in the group stages, everyone wrote us off. Everyone wrote us off against Manchester City. Everyone wrote us off last week after the Ajax game and now, here we are, in the final.
“So we have to keep going, keep believing and keep playing well. We’ll have a few players back from injury, which will be a huge bonus.
“We have to see where it takes us.”
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