Opinion: Seven players Spurs should sell/loan this summer and what they should charge

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Serge Aurier
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Tottenham Hotspur will likely have to raise funds in order to spend in the next transfer window thanks to the financial downturn associated with the coronavirus.

Not only this, but the North London club also look set to miss out on Champions League football next season, a major dent to their 2020/21 income.

Therefore, we wanted to take a look at the players Daniel Levy and Jose Mourinho may want to move on this summer and how much they could get for them.

Juan Foyth – £10m – The Argentine’s career stalled this season and I can’t see him getting any game time ahead of fellow youngster Tanganga any time soon. Perhaps it is time to cash in on him.

Danny Rose – £12m – This one has been coming for some time now. Rose has been a Spurs player for over a decade, but it is probably time that he found a new challenge in the Premier League. Hopefully, his reputation and England status will allow Spurs to get some decent money for him.

Kyle Walker-Peters – £12m – He has youth and homegrown status on his side, which could help to drive up the price. However, Walker-Peters doesn’t have the quality needed to play at a top-six club.

Serge Aurier – £18m – He has plenty of experience and pedigree from his time at PSG, however, the Ivorian simply cannot defend. If Spurs bring in a new first-team right-back this season, Aurier will likely leave.

Cameron Carter-Vickers – £750,000 – He hasn’t looked as though he has a future at Spurs for some time now. After a successful loan spell at Luton Town, the Lilywhites should take what they can for him.

Oliver Skipp – £2m loan fee – Skipp needs experience and he won’t get much game time next season. Spurs need to see what he can do week in week out at a low-level Premier League club.

Troy Parrott – £500,000 loan fee – The same as Skipp. Parrott needs game time next season in order to progress. Spurs should send him to a Championship club for the season. Perhaps they could even offer him to QPR on loan as part of a deal for Eze.

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