Opinion: Ten players Spurs should offload in the summer and what they should charge

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Tottenham Hotspur will likely have a busy summer transfer window, but I believe that Daniel Levy will want to sell a fair few players in order to fund moves for new ones.

Christian Eriksen left the building back in January, while Jan Vertonghen and Michel Vorm could leave on free transfers in the summer. Kyle Walker-Peters and Danny Rose are both currently out on loan in the Premier League too.

Let’s take a look at the ten players Spurs should offload this summer:

Jan Vertonghen – FREE – Unfortunately his days are numbered and his contract should be allowed to run down.

Michel Vorm – FREE – Only joined to plug a gap and will likely be let go again this summer.

Kyle Walker-Peters – £10m – Not quite good enough for a top-four side.

Danny Rose – £10m – Not long left on his contract and can’t see him getting back in the side now.

Victor Wanyama – £8m – Hasn’t played consistently in years and doesn’t have long left on his contract.

Juan Foyth – £15m – Hasn’t made the progress Spurs would have liked and Tanganga has pushed him further down in the pecking order.

Eric Dier – £20m – No longer good enough and not long left on his contract, but has enough pedigree still to fetch a decent price.

Cameron Carter-Vickers – £4m – Doesn’t look like he will make the step up and hasn’t for a while now.

Anthony Georgiou – £3m – Same problem as Carter-Vickers. Time to move him on.

Serge Aurier – £20m – Can fetch a good price after an impressive season. However, I think Spurs will splash out on a new right-back and Aurier won’t want to play second fiddle.

TOTAL – £90m

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