My predicted 25-man Spurs squad for the new Premier League season


Tottenham Hotspur and Mauricio Pochettino must soon think about who they want to include in their 25-man Premier League squad for the new season.

Last year, the squad was confirmed in early September after all transfer windows had shut, although Tottenham chose not to buy or sell any important first-team players (Football London).

This time around, Spurs will have a new-look squad to contend with, after both exits and new signings across the summer.

Poch must name a maximum of 17 non-homegrown players, with the rest of the 25 being made up of homegrown stars.

I am predicting that Spurs will get deals for Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso over the line, although the former is under-21 so would not fall into the main 25-man list.

I also believe that Danny Rose will remain and Fernando Llorente will re-sign.

My predicted 25-man squad is as follows (homegrown *):

Hugo Lloris

Paulo Gazzaniga

Kyle Walker-Peters*

Serge Aurier

Ben Davies*

Danny Rose*

Toby Alderweireld

Jan Vertonghen

Davinson Sanchez

Eric Dier

Harry Winks*

Moussa Sissoko

Tanguy Ndombele

Victor Wanyama

Dele Alli*

Christian Eriksen

Erik Lamela

Giovani Lo Celso

Lucas Moura

Heung Min Son

Harry Kane*

Anthony Georgiou

Luke Amos* (Will likely be named as Spurs are short on homegrown stars and he could potentially be recalled at some point)

Fernando Llorente

Spurs will remain one man short.


Notable under-21 players –

Juan Foyth

Ryan Sessegnon

Troy Parrott

Oliver Skipp

Cameron Carter-Vickers

Japhet Tanganga

George Marsh

Harvey White

Jack Roles

Alfie Whiteman

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  1. I think Spurs have made a huge error in letting Marcus Edwards leave. I figure as a homegrown player with so much upside and an improved attitude. Alfie Whitehead should be included at the expense of Llorente who should not be kept with Parrott available. So Whitehead or Parrott into the squad for FL.


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