Opinion: The five Tottenham players who should still be sold this summer

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have still yet to bring in a new player since Tanguy Ndombele this window, with Kieran Trippier being the only major sale. However, Spurs could still yet raise some money with sales to bring in some last-minute big-money signings.

Here are five players Spurs could still offload this summer:

Christian Eriksen –

If he was going to sign a new deal, I think he would have done so by now. Eriksen is a great player, but he is also worth a lot of money. I believe that Spurs should offload him in the next week for a cut-price and immediately reinvest in in both Lo Celso and Fernandes. The last thing we want is to lose Eriksen on a free, especially if his head isn’t in the right place for the season anyway.

Josh Onomah –

Doesn’t have what it takes to be a first-team player at Spurs in my opinion and has had plenty of chances to impress both at the club and away on loan. Spurs should either sell him or use him as part of a deal for a promising youngster.

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou –

Despite his tasty assist against Bayern, I can’t see this lad worming his way back into Poch’s plans. Injury-prone, lightweight, and inconsistent, Spurs should offload for anything they can get just to free up some wages.

Victor Wanyama –

Has slipped down the pecking order behind the likes of Sissoko, Ndombele, Winks, Skipp, and Dier. He also now seems to be injured more often than not. A fantastic player on his day, but I would say his days are numbered in North London.

Cameron Carter-Vickers –

With the emergence of Japhet Tanganga in pre-season, Carter-Vickers looks to be out of favour. Perhaps he deserves one last loan move before Poch makes a final decision on his long-term future.

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  1. Wanyama is a beast. A lot better than Skipp and Dier. So what if he has had a couple of injuries. Harry Kane much….


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